by Martin Solares, Aura Estrada and John Pluecker
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When a not-very-intelligent police officer is assigned to investigate a twenty-year-old crime in a port city in the state of Tamaulipas, Mexico, there are plenty of suspects, including his own colleagues on the force.
May 7, 2010 In his poetic noir novel, Martin Solares uses the sinister connection between the murder of a journalist and the serial slayings of young girls to explore the grim side of Mexican politics, history and human nature.
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