Format: Paperback with flaps
Synopsis: The journalist Patricia Bucana (the main character in another novel by this author) dives headlong into the exciting mission of unravelling the truth in a dodgy, confused and rotten world, in which nothing is what it looks like and nothing is what it should be. Her discoveries and her implication take her to the edge of the abyss, to society’s sewers. Pigs and Chickens talks about journalist and police corruption, of a gray world of lies and betrayals. It situates us at the exact spot of the relationship between judges, policemen, journalists and organized crime, both that of the gun at the ready as well as the white collar kind. It is Carlos Quílez riskiest novel, written in a gushing manner, with the passion of one who understands life no other way.