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-- Carlos Santana
"This story is more horrifying than a Stephen King novel, has more twists and turns than an Agatha Christie plot, and has a higher body count than any James Bond flick -- and it is all true. You will never forget The Daughters of Juárez, which is exactly what the authors intend and accomplish brilliantly. This book must be a beacon, a catalyst for justice, that rare commodity so nonexistent in Juárez. The authors bring to life the human faces, shattered families, and lost dreams of those who must not be forgotten."
-- Edna Buchanan, Pulitzer Prize winner and author of Love Kills
"The Daughters of Juárez is a book you cannot put down and will never forget -- it will shock you and it should. The authors have done a remarkable job piecing this horrific puzzle into one lucid account of the atrocities that have befallen Juárez, Mexico. This is truly an extraordinary book."
-- Isabel Allende
"Here's the deal: you are murdered and your death is not counted,you are murdered and your death is not investigated, you are murdered and someone is framed for your death. This is Juárez, the jewel of our free trade theories. This is a book everyone should read. And then wonder about the United States and Mexico and this hell of dead women they paper over with lies."
-- Charles Bowden, award-winning author of Down by the River
"The Daughters of Juárez is a crucial, chilling, and detailed account of the mutilations and murders of hundreds of women and girls in Juárez, Mexico. It is a cry for an end to these atrocities and it is a righteous call, after all these years of horror, for justice now."
-- Eve Ensler, Obie Award-winning playwright and founder of V-Day, a global movement to stop violence against women
An amazing, tragic account.
All people should read this book to see what is happening when the poor are desparate for work and will sacrifice their lives to take care of their families.
The families of the falsely accused were threatened by the police if they continued to fight to prove their falsely accused loved ones were innocent.
Excellent read. Tells the sad story of how young women in Mexico are viewed as just throw aways. Shocking even more is the inept and corrupt police and courts.Published 3 months ago by Jerry Darby
This was a difficult and frustrating read. Difficult because of the subject matter. Frustrating because of the wide spread corruption of the police in the city of Juarez. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Julia Monson
Look folks, we have 10 years of living part time in central Mexico and read Tony Cohan's best selling "On Mexican Time.". My partner is Hispanic and fluent in Spanish. Read morePublished 12 months ago by AMIGO DE MEXICO
i happen to live in new mexico just 60 miles from Juarez, this tragic story that still continues to this day is extremely relevant to usPublished 12 months ago by melissa mendenhall
I am a heavy reader of true crime books, specifically on the topic of serial killers and the law enforcement officials who hunt them. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Traveling Hobo