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Foreign Girls - Sergio Olguin

Foreign Girls

Verónica Rosenthal has retreated to a cousin’s remote cottage in the province of Tucumán, to recuperate from the traumatic events in The Fragility of Bodies. She befriends two female tourists –an Italian and a Norwegian-- invites them to stay and starts a sexual relationship with one of them. Les mer
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Verónica Rosenthal has retreated to a cousin’s remote cottage in the province of Tucumán, to recuperate from the traumatic events in The Fragility of Bodies. She befriends two female tourists –an Italian and a Norwegian-- invites them to stay and starts a sexual relationship with one of them. After a party they attend together, Verónica travels on alone but days later discovers that the women have been murdered. Suspicion falls on a local Umbanda priest, but Verónica starts to uncover a web of corruption, abuse and femicide in which government, wealthy landowners and a high-ranking official from the Argentina’s ‘Dirty War’ are all implicated. Verónica’s investigation, with its unforeseen political dimensions, has alarmed new enemies who will try to stop her at all cost.
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Forlag: Bitter Lemon Press
Innbinding: Paperback
Språk: Engelsk
ISBN: 9781913394387
Format: 20 x 13 cm
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Sergio Olguín was born in Buenos Aires in 1967 and was a journalist before turning to fiction. Olguín has won a number of awards, among others the Premio Tusquets 2009 for his novel Oscura monótona sangre (“Dark Monotonous Blood“) His books have been translated into German, French and Italian. 'The Fragility of Bodies' and 'The Foreign Girls' are his first novels to be translated into English.