Save Me, Joe Louis

Andrés Felipe Solano

NOVEL. ALFAGUARA, 2007. 246 PAGES.

Boris Manrique spends his days in the editorial department of the mediocre Bogota magazine Remote Control, where, in addition to being a society photographer, he has the misfortune of being responsible for the problem page. For relief he looks to the legendary Santos Bustamante, a veteran journalist who has covered such lurid stories as paranormal phenomena, vampirism and secret Nazis. He also attends to Lucía París, an attractive women ten years his senior with whom he will discover what is already known: that love is nothing more than a pitiful disease.

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