Sunday August 9, 2020

Shooting Down Heaven: South American thriller unafraid to confront ugly realities

Colombian writer Jorje Franco is uncompromising in his portrayal of the everyday mayhem and violence wrought by the ruthless individuals who run his country’s drug cartels

2nd August, 2020
Colombian writer Jorje Franco is uncompromising in his portrayal of the everyday mayhem and violence

Crime Fiction

Shooting Down Heaven

By Jorje Franco

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