The Queen of the South

by | Publisher: Pan Macmillan
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Derived from factual evidence, Perez-Reverte brings us a surprising novel with an interesting twist. Teresa Mendoza is nicknamed 'The Queen of the South' by journalists, and 'The Mexican' by the authorities of three continents. She narrates her story ...Continua
A cracking read...
Well, raced through this lengthy novel in about 5 days. Its an excellent, exciting, rollicking, and tender novel following the life of Theresa, a young woman dragged - mostly unwillingly - into the turbulent world of drug trafficking in Mexico and Sp...Continua
Wrote 1/4/09
I love the attention that Perez Reverte dedicates to details.I like the fact that his characters are not only individuals following an action, but they are often full of sentiments and human characteristics well described.And most of the time his nov...Continua
Wrote 7/25/08

I'm not really interested in the drug trafficking scene and all that goes with it. I finished this book only because I started it.

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