Los animales de ciudad no lloran / City Animals do not cry
Who is Nadia Linde? A helpless, vulnerable girl who reports her lover, Enrique Rosado, the owner of a hotel empire, for assaulting her and threatening her with a knife. Olivia Marimón, her lawyer, believes her and wants to demonstrate in the court that she is telling the truth. Victor Bedia, Enrique Rosado’s lawyer, will try to prove the innocence of his client. Olivia and Victor, former university colleagues, are going to find out that the case, which has brought them back together is much more sordid that it seems and that the path they have to pursue to get to the bottom of the matter will not leave them unharmed.
This is a novel about power, love, ambition and human weaknesses. A legal plot inspired by the day-to-day practice of the courts of law.
With a story that delves into the most human and least visible dimension of the law enforcement professionals, Graziella Moreno creates a plot full of twists and turns whose surprising and explicit outcome will test the most seasoned reader's perspicacity.
There are animals that do cry, even if they hide their tears. Graziella Moreno, who never ceases to amaze me, portrays them in a brilliant and profound way.