Donde las calles no tienen nombre
María Pilar González de Ayala is thirty five years old when she finally leaves the family home in the Salamanca neighbourhood in Madrid. She cannot stand any longer her embittered, constricting and domineering mother who turned her into a social misfit, ruined her romantic relationships and her plans to manage her father’s clinic. The accident in which he and his partner died and the murder of Gonzalo, her fiancé who left her the night before the wedding are the other reasons why she wants to start a new life under a new name of María González. Maria suspects that her mother was mixed up in those deaths and she, a self-appointed detective, will uncover a whole web of lies that implicate her family, a perfect example of the Madrid’s middle class who buried and never admitted their support for the Franco regime when the Transition to democracy began.