A breathless page-turner that sustains its narrative tension until the end.
An old photo hidden under a pile of scrambled papers. The suicide of three teenagers who went into hiding to die. A terrifying man who gets parole after twenty-five years in prison. The ruthless murder of a sex worker in a hotel.
All of them are apparently independent episodes that, nevertheless, share a common detail: a little bell attached to a black ribbon.
What is the relationship between all these events? What is the relationship between these four deaths and the death of a girl 40 years ago?
The famous investigative journalist Carmen Hidalgo will set out on the track of some of these clues, dragging with her her television producer, while getting a Casanova prosecutor to speed up the investigation. As they attempt to untangle the strings of this situation, four others will go missing: a blind woman, a pregnant woman, a child and Carmen’s own mother. Not only will they be in danger, but so too will all the inhabitants of the village of Sanuribe.