LAS MUJERES QUE NO ERAN QUIENES DECIAN SER
author Alejandro Marin
Two friends, an economist by profession and keen cook, and a police Commissioner former Chief of the Federal Police’s Complex Crimes Bureau, try to disentangle the mystery of the case which has fallen into their hands.
The story unfolds between Montevideo and Buenos Aires, sometimes separated by the river and others by an unequal context, in which the west bank lives ravaged by lies, corruption and the crude vindication of violence against the background of collective denial of the true facts which happened in a past laden with aggression and hostility towards those who thought differently.
The story fully describes the central characters who roam the different milieus which the investigators have to travel in a fraught search for truth.
Written in an entertaining style, lacking neither humour nor intelligent irony, the narrative leaves some space for the intricacies of Argentine economy and the description of tasty meals, sometimes with detailed stories and recipe. With the conviction that good food and drink, other than a healthy exercise for a better quality of life, also represent a platform from where to sharpen one’s wit and reflect on the events that help find the secrets one pursues.
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