"Shiner plunges into the dark recent history of Argentina in this thriller that tells a gentle love story against a backdrop of sheer terror... Shiner gracefully and efficiently tells his moving tale within a tight frame."
The first time I saw her was in the chrome and cracked- plaster lobby of Universal's Buenos Aires office. From where I stood, on the other side of the glass wall that separated our servers from the noise and dirt of the city, I got an impression of power and grace from the way she held herself, saw long dark hair and a flash of gold at her ears and wrists.
She was one more beautiful woman in a city full of beautiful women, and young, not much past thirty.Yet something made me look again. Maybe her nose, which was long and slightly crooked, as if it had been...