When the past resurfaces, there are no weapons or training that can protect you, especially if it’s a story full of secrets.
The young Cornelia disappears in a small town in Argentinian Patagonia when she is on a field trip with four of her classmates. A silver chain lying in the snow is all that is left of her.
Ten years after her disappearance, after a mass organized by the family to keep her memory alive, Pipa, one of the four friends, now a police officer, decides to reopen the case at the insistence of Cornelia’s mother. She has just discovered that an anonymous person has been publishing an obituary in the newspaper for her daughter every year.
The personal character of the investigation will reawaken the ghosts of the past, something for which the police officer is not prepared, but which she decides to face once and for all.
Outstanding, original, raw, tough, sensitive, and terribly tender even though it addresses such a thorny issue as trafficking in women.