The date was originally chosen in Spain to remember Miguel de Cervantes --of Don Quixote fame-- who died on this date. The UNESCO chose this date because it is also the anniversary of the death of Shakespeare, Inca Garcilaso de la Vega and many other notable writers and authors.
Lady Justice and the Vet by Robert Thornhill
A Dead Red Alibi by R. P. Dahlke
Rope Enough by Oliver Tidy
Scavenger Hunt by Larry Buckingham
The Thirteenth Room by Adam Croft
Cold lake by Jeff Carson
A Long Time Dead by Andrew Barrett
Dying to Read by Lorena McCourtney
I came across this photo posted in a photographer's blog. I invite you to read his post on on San Jorge, (it's in Spanish).
Click here for part one of the books that I've read in 2015.