Tales from the Blue Archives
In his instant classic "Imagining Argentina, Larry Thornton galvanized American readers in his award-winning portrait of the lingering after-effects of Argentina's Dirty War. He continued his extraordinary saga in "Naming the Spirits. Now he brings the trilogy to its mesmerizing climax in a haunting tale of family, love, and restitution.
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TALES FROM THE BLUE ARCHIVESUser Review - Jane Doe - Kirkus
The rousing, tearjerking last of a trilogy (Imagining Argentina, 1987; Naming the Spirits, 1995) involving Argentine psychic Carlos Rueda. Though only bit players here, Rueda and his daughter Teresa ... Read full review
Tales from the blue archivesUser Review - Not Available - Book Verdict
In his third book in a trilogy about human rights issues during the 1976 civil war in Argentina, the author combines pathos with irresistible suspense. Readers experience very personally the cruel ... Read full review