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Los señores del narco es una descarnada crónica sobre las alarmantes complicidades de los altos See all books by Anabel Hernandez. Anabel Hernández (born ) is a Mexican journalist and author, known for her investigative research, Hernandez published Los Señores del Narco, later also published in English (Narcoland: The Mexican Drug Lords and their Godfathers). The book has sold over , copies but Hernández says its popularity is. Los señores del narco es una descarnada crónica sobre las alarmantes complicidades de los altos círculos políticos, policiacos, militares y.

Her book has sold over , copies in Mexico and she now lives protected by bodyguards.

Of course, this level of corruption is only possible thanks to the moral and financial support of the leaders in Washington. Here's the story the media never has the time to tell you. Essential reading for a serious understanding of how the war on drugs is destroying the social fabric of South American nations.

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Or can it have valid social and cultural impact? These questions will be explored at a Printers Row Lit Fest panel discussion at 11 a. The fictional style allows us to understand, which is fundamental. It started in "corridos," colorful ballads that attempted to capture chapters of Mexico's history. In songs, the accomplishments of the early heavyweights of the drug trade were chronicled, frequently including the details of their deaths.

The stories eventually came to idealize the lives of these scoundrels. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. Esto le ha permitido examinar rigurosamente el origen de la sangrienta lucha por el poder entre los grupos criminales, y cuestionar la "guerra" del gobierno federal contra la delincuencia organizada.

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More filters. Sort order. Narco wives be like: My two moods are hipster-friendly greek mythology aficionado, hot cocoa fanatic and moody, denim and pearls, narcoliteratura-loving bitch and there is NO in between. I despise the cartels and everything they represent. This was a surprisingly quick read.

The usual suspects: You can't talk about Mexican drug lords without mentioning El Chapo. He rose from poverty to national prominence infamy when he founded his cartel, known as Sinaloa, in the late '80s.

This guy had a brain and he knew how to use it, his Sinaloa cartel slowly grew and expanded to become the most powerful drug trafficking organization in the world. More power meant more allies, more allies meant more money.

The Kate del Castillo Story. He used her to get an interview with El Chapo then left her to deal with the consequences.

Narcoliterature explores realities of Mexico's drug culture

And they say chivalry is dead. Completely, utterly irrelevant to the story, but it needed to be said. Narcoland is a story of corruption. How high up the food chain does the corruption go? Who is pulling the strings? Narrator whispers: They are figures who still hold positions of power, both in public office and private enterprise.

As long as they remain in place, Mexico will continue to be Narcoland. The epilogue. La Barbie strikes back. There is a drug trafficker called 'La Barbie' and he… struck back. El Narco: It's really good.

View all 6 comments. This is the story of how government and the drug trade have always been hand in hand- and not just the Mexican government.

She focuses especially on El Chapo and his meteoric rise after escaping prison she even exposes the popular escape story of his escape in a laundry cart as a lie , and how his alliances have kept him from getting captured to this day.

This book is information-dense, and features a cast of hundreds.

For a world shrouded in secrecy, this may be as good as it gets. The challenge when reading this book is trying to keep everyone straight, and I think that's kind of the point: In end, it contributes to a sham war on drugs, and a country where thousands are dying in the crossfire, and there is sadly little sign of change any time soon. Jan 31, Elisa rated it it was amazing Shelves: Feb 04, Luis Fernando Franco rated it it was ok Shelves: Misteriosamente varios narcos de mas jerarquia rechazan la oferta y entonces acuden al Chapo, a quien ayudan a escapar.


De verdad es una pena que en un libro tan bien documentado en una muy buena parte se mezcle tanto odio y tanta consigna. Mar 23, Captain Sir Roddy, R. Anabel Hernadez has written a very compelling account of the world of the Mexican drug cartels, and it is some of the scariest shit I've ever encountered.

Finishing this book left me with a queasy feeling that the U. The scariest thing though is that upon finishing this book it is not all clear that anything can be done to change the reality that our two countries find themselves in.

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Hernandez has done all of us in the Americas a great service by writing this history, this story of complete and utter unrestrained violence and chaos, but the challenge will be for leaders in Mexico and the United States to figure out what can be done to break the chains of this madness.

Mar 06, Claudia A rated it really liked it. Jan 24, Val rated it liked it Shelves: In the early s, the Reagan Administration broke with previous U. In Central America, this took the form of backing the anti-Sandinista rebels, the Contras.

The U. Congress had blocked funding of the Contra rebels, so the CIA turned to other money sources, one of which is alleged to have been the trafficking of narcotics from Colombia to the United States via Mexico. When the U.

Hernandez traces the history of collusion between the drug cartels and government and police officials to expose the massive corruption that exists at virtually every level of Mexican business, politics, and law enforcement.

As the drug trade exploded in the shift from marijuana to cocaine and the profits rose exponentially, this separation began to fade, and no longer willing to simply turn a blind eye, politicians and law enforcement officials took an active role in drug trafficking.Someone called and said they found it, so Anabel's older brother went to the location where the car had been found. Thanks for telling us about the problem.

Showing That is a shame given the importance of the book and the availability of excellent translators from Spanish. Over the same six years, the murder rate spiked , and at least , people were murdered, as well as over 27, disappeared. An excellent book to understand the narcotraffic in Mexico. They're a symptom of the disease, which is corruption. This is a book that exposes how everything in Mexico is implicated in the 'narco system.