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The Fragility of Bodies

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In an era when ‘public morality’ seems a hopelessly antiquated notion, Sergio Olguín’s story about a crusading journalist is astonishingly refreshing. He provides a rare ray of hope that there are people whose motivation is simply to do what is right. In this compelling crime thriller, investigative reporter Verónica Rosenthal – no prude in her personal life –latches onto a story about unscrupulous adults who exploit poor children, drawing them into a deadly game. She won’t let it go. It’s a high-tension, high stakes situation, and you’ll be rooting for her with every turn of the page. Read our full review here.

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