"There are various ways to die...",
This review is from: All Yours (Paperback)
Short, succinct, and somewhat crudely delivered, though not really offensive, given its metier, this poses the question of what Ines gets up to when she discovers her husband is having an affair. She is, in the first instance, wrong about the other woman and there is a murder, more a manslaughter in fact, as poor Ernesto is pushed rather too far by a desperate woman. Ines meanwhile is doing everything she can to cover up the crime, and then she sees her husband with the woman he is really having an affair with and it all goes belly-up.
From trying to save her husband from his inadvertant crime, she turns to trying to make sure he is convicted. One is not given sufficient characterisation to care very much unfortunately, but it passed a couple of hours for 172 pages. Though if this really is, as claimed on the cover, Argentina’s Bestselling crime author, it’s probably better if they stick to football.