Two moments in time, twenty years apart, one last chance at redemption.
What would you do with a second chance?
Argentina is in the grip of a brutal military dictatorship. Inspector Joaquín Alzada's work in the Buenos Aires police force exposes him to the many realities of life under a repressive regime: desperate people, terrified people and --worst of all--missing people. Personally, he prefers to stay out of politics, enjoying a simple life with his wife Paula. But when his revolutionary brother Jorge is disappeared, Alzada will stop at nothing to rescue him.
The country is in the midst of yet another devastating economic crisis and riots are building in the streets of Buenos Aires. This time Alzada is determined to keep his head down and wait patiently for his retirement. But when a dead body is found behind the morgue and a woman from one of the city's wealthiest families goes missing, Alzada is forced to confront his own involvement in one of the darkest periods in Argentinian history--a time of collective horror and personal tragedy.
Author: Eloísa Díaz
Publisher: Agora Books
Binding Type: Hardcover
Size: 8.60h x 5.60w x 1.20d
Publishers Weekly 08/30/2021
Booklist 09/15/2021 pg. 23
Library Journal 10/01/2021 pg. 61
About the Author
Eloísa Díaz (Madrid, 1986) is a writer and lawyer. She studied Law at Pantheon-Sorbonne University in Paris, then completed her MFA in Creative Writing from Columbia University. Repentance is her debut novel. Find her online at eloisadiaz.net