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Death in Veracruz-Héctor Aguilar Camín

Mexican Noir: Death in Veracruz by Héctor Aguilar Camín, Translated by Chandler Thompson

Reviewed by Charlotte Whittle In the 1970s, foreign debt, inflation, and political crises plagued Mexico’s previously strong economy, and the discovery of extensive oil reserves in the country’s rural Gulf Coast region seemed to many to offer a panacea for the nation’s ills. The resulting oil boom ushered in a period of speculation and prosperity […]

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