Blood Ties

Ver nica E. Llaca

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Belletristik / Gegenwartsliteratur (ab 1945)


Once upon a time, there was a woman the press called the Hyena-Woman. Infant Annihilator. Witch. Child-Chopper. Butcher of Little Angels. Monster. The Ogress of Colonia Roma.Juli n and I called her Mother.When the writer Ignacio Su rez is sent photographs of two murdered women, mirroring a passage of his very own detective novel, he drops everything to uncover who is responsible. What no-one suspects is that the origin of these crimes lies in the forgotten, real-life story of Fel citas S nchez, the midwife turned child-killer who became known in the 1940s as "e;The Ogress of Colonia Roma"e;.Diary entries and newspaper articles come together in this gripping tale to reveal how the woman called Fel citas, who grew up in a small community in La Huasteca, Mexico, became the infamous child trafficker and murderer in the country's capital, and how her long-ago crimes are linked to a wave of killings.Ver nica E. Llaca evokes a tale of cursed bloodlines, forcing us to question the origin and inheritance of evil and how far we can truly escape our past.