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Ediciones B, Jun 1, 2006 - Fiction - 167 pages
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In the outskirts of a corrupt city lives a serial killer covered in tattoos and with no fear of the light of day. In his home he hides morbid secrets—bones, blood, and other souvenirs—that keep him in a perpetual state of euphoria, passion, and tears. His comfort: butchering dozens of chickens and returning to the permanent shadow of the world in which he lives, where money laundering and treason are typical ways to start the day.

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About the author (2006)

Juan Hernández Luna, one of Mexico's most promising novelists, is the author of Me gustas por guarra, amor; Las mentiras de la luz; Quizá otros labios; Tabaco para el puma; and Tijuana Dream.

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