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Book Review: The Crime of Julian Wells by Thomas H. Cook

A mystery of identity, a journey into the maze of a mysterious life where darkness was the only thing that he knew. Read More »

Book Review: Perla by Carolina De Robertis

A victim of Argentina's Dirty War might hold the key to a woman's past. Read More »

Interview With Edgardo David Holzman, Author of Malena

Edgardo David Holzman explains why he wrote his first book as fiction and about Argentina's Dirty War Read More »

War on the Fourth Estate

Over the past decade, our leaders have come to see secrecy as a casual right instead of a rare privilege Read More »

Book Review: Departing at Dawn: A Novel of Argentina’s Dirty War by Gloria Lisé

Gloria Lisé has created a powerful novel showing the human side of 30,000 people's disappearance in 1976 Argentina. Read More »