A Massacre in Mexico: The True Story Behind the Missing Forty-Three Students
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About the Author
Anabel Hernández is one of Mexico's leading investigative journalists. She has worked on national dailies, including Reforma, Milenio, El Universal and its investigative supplement, La Revista, where the work on the alleged collusion of government officials and drug lords won her the Golden Pen of Freedom award, presented by the World Association of Newspapers and News Publishers. Her previous books include the award-winning Narcoland.
--Rachel Nolan, London Review of Books "A Massacre in Mexico is a harrowing inquisition in to the fate of forty-three missing Mexican students and the governmental cover-up ... This is sure to be a controversial, significant work, one that might anger more than a few powerful people in Mexico. Anabel Hernandez valiantly risks her safety to uncover a crime that the world shouldn't forget."
--Mya Alexice "Her storytelling becomes a way of revealing an entire world."
--Roberto Saviano "It is the most comprehensive account of what is known about the attack--and about the astonishingly corrupt government investigation that followed... A Massacre in Mexico presents an overwhelming case that federal government investigators working for the administration of Mexican president Enrique Peña Nieto created a false narrative of local culpability and sought to close the case before an investigation could reveal the involvement of federal officials."
--Christy Thornton, Jacobin "A harrowing inquisition into the fate of forty-three missing Mexican students and the governmental cover-up ... Hernandez delves deep into the corruption and violence despite threats against her life."
--Foreword Reviews "Brilliant ... a masterful piece of journalism which counteracts the narrative of the state."
--Matt Williams, Medium "A powerful investigation for fans of true crime and nonfiction about the international drug trade."
--Frances O. Sandiford, Library Journal