Bad Blood (La mala sangre)

The Goya that Sparked a war in Spanish Aristocracy.

In the opulent and enigmatic history of the Ramírez de Haro family, an aristocratic lineage that has endured through the centuries, lies a secret that will unleash an epic saga of betrayal, rivalry, and unsolved mysteries. When the Count of Bornos, Fernando Ramírez de Haro, sells a valuable Goya painting from 1795 to Juan Miguel Villar Mir, a powerful businessman, he commits to sharing the fortune with his brother Íñigo. But in a fateful dinner, Fernando reveals his intention not to fulfill his promise of returning his brother’s rightful share from the sale. Decades of peace and mutual respect between Fernando and Íñigo vanish, replaced by hatred and animosity. The logic of friend versus foe prevails over everything else, leading to an eventual reckoning.

In this modern twist on the Cain and Abel story, set in the real history of Spanish aristocracy, each of the brothers will be surrounded by their own family clans, each member with a story to defend within a conflict where neutrality is nearly impossible.

In addition, Íñigo Ramírez de Haro himself takes the reader on a journey through the last centuries of Spanish history, through the fascinating biography of his family.


RELEVANT INFORMATION: “Bad Blood” narrates one of the most sensational events in one of Spain’s most influential aristocratic families, the Ramírez de Haro. Its author, one of the brothers, offers the audience a direct and witty look into the heart of an unknown and highly attractive social sector: the aristocracy, as well as the world of art.

The work, with its comic and ironic tone, revolves around a real family issue that made headlines in major Spanish media outlets such as Vanity Fair, El Diario, El Español, El País, and more. Additionally, there is already a proposal for its adaptation to the big or small screen.


What the critics have said:

“Bad Blood, the novel that everyone is reading this summer, can be found in all bookstores, by all pools, and on all beaches.” Diario 16

“A wonderful Spanish take on Falcon Crest.” El Diario


AUDIOVISUAL POTENTIAL: TV Series, Miniseries, Film, TV Movie.


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