There Are No Happy Loves
Sergio Olguin (Author) Miranda France (Translator)
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DescriptionThe third in Olguin's Buenos Aires thriller series starring the gutsy, raunchy investigative reporter Veronica Rosenthal. Haunted by nightmares of her past, Veronica is soon involved in a new investigation. Darío, the sole survivor of a car accident that supposedly killed all his family, is convinced that his wife and child have in fact survived and that his wife has abducted their child. Then a truck searched in the port of Buenos Aires on suspicion that it is carrying drugs, is revealed to be transporting human body parts. These seemingly separate incidents prove to be tied in a shadowy web of complicity involving political and religious authorities. This is a dazzling thriller based on real events in Argentina but also a story about the possibilities of love, in which jealousy, eroticism, humor and even elusive moments of happiness make an appearance.
Bitter Lemon Press
September 20, 2022
5.0 X 7.75 X 1.1 inches | 0.7 pounds
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About the Author
The author 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 were his first novels to be translated into English.