When Gabriel Santoro publishes his first book, a biography of a Jewish family friend who fled Germany for Colombia shortly before World War Two, it never occurs to him that his father will write a devastating review in a national newspaper. Why does he attack him so viciously? Do the pages of his book unwittingly hide some dangerous secret? As Gabriel sets out to discover what lies behind his father's anger, he finds himself undertaking an examination of the guilt and complicity at the heart of Colombian society, as one treacherous act perpetrated in those dark days returns with a vengeance half a century later.
Sean O'Callaghan is the former head of the IRA's Southern Command, and one of the most senior figures to defect from its ranks. At considerable risk to himself, he has done more than any individual to unlock the code of silence that governs the IRA's members. This is his story.
In this incisive collection of stories, Bret Easton Ellis returns to the moral badlands of 1980s Los Angeles
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