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Amando A Pablo Odiando A Escobar

Author: Virginia Vallejo
Publisher: Vintage Espanol
ISBN: 0525433430
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¡PRONTO EN LA GRAN PANTALLA! En julio de 2006 un avión de la DEA sacó a Virginia Vallejo de Colombia. Su vida estaba en peligro por haberse convertido en el testigo clave de los dos procesos criminales más importantes de la segunda mitad del siglo XX en su país: el asesinato de un candidato presidencial y el holocausto del Palacio de Justicia. Veinticinco años antes, Virginia Vallejo era la presentadora de televisión más importante de Colombia y la belleza profesional que aparecía en las portadas de las principales revistas. Cortejada por multimillonarios tradicionales, conoció en 1982 a Pablo Escobar, un misterioso político de treinta y tres años que en realidad manejaba los hilos de un mundo de riqueza inigualable en el que gran parte del incesante flujo de dinero procedente del tráfico de cocaína se canalizaba a proyectos de caridad y a las campañas de candidatos presidenciales de su elección. Este libro, una apasionada historia de amor convertida en crónica del horror y la vergüenza, describe la evolución de una de las mentes criminales más siniestras de nuestro tiempo: su capacidad de infundir terror y generar corrupción, los vínculos entre sus negocios ilícitos y varios jefes de estado, los asesinatos de candidatos presidenciales y la guerra en que sumió a su país. Amando a Pablo, odiando a Escobar es también la única visión íntima posible del legendario barón del narcotráfico, plena de glamour y espíritu de supervivencia y no exenta de humor. Virginia Vallejo narra esta historia descarnada como nadie más podría haberlo hecho.

Amando A Pablo Odiando A Escobar

Author: Virginia Vallejo
Publisher: Vintage Espanol
ISBN: 9780525433415
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�PRONTO EN LA GRAN PANTALLA! En julio de 2006 un avi�n de la DEA sac� a Virginia Vallejo de Colombia. Su vida estaba en peligro por haberse convertido en el testigo clave de los dos procesos criminales m�s importantes de la segunda mitad del siglo XX en su pa�s: el asesinato de un candidato presidencial y el holocausto del Palacio de Justicia. Veinticinco a�os antes, Virginia Vallejo era la presentadora de televisi�n m�s importante de Colombia y la belleza profesional que aparec�a en las portadas de las principales revistas. Cortejada por multimillonarios tradicionales, conoci� en 1982 a Pablo Escobar, un misterioso pol�tico de treinta y tres a�os que en realidad manejaba los hilos de un mundo de riqueza inigualable en el que gran parte del incesante flujo de dinero procedente del tr�fico de coca�na se canalizaba a proyectos de caridad y a las campa�as de candidatos presidenciales de su elecci�n. Este libro, una apasionada historia de amor convertida en cr�nica del horror y la verg�enza, describe la evoluci�n de una de las mentes criminales m�s siniestras de nuestro tiempo: su capacidad de infundir terror y generar corrupci�n, los v�nculos entre sus negocios il�citos y varios jefes de estado, los asesinatos de candidatos presidenciales y la guerra en que sumi� a su pa�s. Amando a Pablo, odiando a Escobar es tambi�n la �nica visi�n �ntima posible del legendario bar�n del narcotr�fico, plena de glamour y esp�ritu de supervivencia y no exenta de humor. Virginia Vallejo narra esta historia descarnada como nadie m�s podr�a haberlo hecho.

Amando Pablo Odiando Escobar

Author: Virginia Vallejo
Publisher: OBJECTIVA
ISBN: 9896653917
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Bestseller internacional. A incrível história de amor entre o narcotraficante mais procurado do mundo e a estrela mais famosa da Colômbia. Um testemunho revelador do affair entre a jornalista colombiana Virginia Vallejo e o «Rei da Cocaína», o famoso narcotraficante de Medellín, Pablo Escobar. O filme Escobar, protagonizado por Javier Bardem e Penélope Cruz, é baseado neste livro. Em Junho de 2006, um avião da DEA retirava Virginia Vallejo da Colômbia. A sua vida estava em perigo por se ter tornado a testemunha-chave num dos processos criminais mais importantes da segunda metade do século xx no seu país: o assassinato de um candidato presidencial e o holocausto do Palácio da Justiça colombiano. Vinte e cinco anos antes, Virginia Vallejo era a apresentadora de televisão mais importante da Colômbia e a sua beleza fazia capas das mais importantes revistas do mundo. Cortejada por milionários e políticos, em 1982 conhece Pablo Escobar, um misterioso político de 32 anos que, na realidade, comandava um mundo de riqueza inigualável no qual grande parte do fluxo de dinheiro, procedente do tráfico de cocaína, era canalizada para projectos de caridade e para as campanhas presidenciais dos candidatos de sua eleição. Uma história de amor convertida numa crónica de horror e vergonha que descreve a evolução de uma das mentes criminosas mais sinistras do nosso tempo: a sua capacidade de infundir terror e gerar corrupção, as ligações entre os negócios ilícitos e várias figuras de Estado, os assassinatos e a guerra que engoliram o seu país. Amando Pablo, Odiando Escobar é também uma visão íntima do barão da droga, plena de glamour e espírito de sobrevivência. Virginia Vallejo narra esta história de forma tão crua quanto íntima, como mais ninguém poderia ter feito.

Loving Pablo Hating Escobar

Author: Virginia Vallejo
Publisher: Vintage
ISBN: 0525433406
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Now a major motion picture! Pablo Escobar was one of the most terrifying criminal minds of the last century. In the decade before his death in 1993, he reigned as the head of a multinational cocaine industry and brought the Colombian state to its knees, killing thousands of politicians, media personalities, police, and unarmed citizens. In the 1980s, Virginia Vallejo was Colombia’s most famous television celebrity: a top-rated anchorwoman and a twice-divorced socialite who had been courted by the country’s four wealthiest men. In 1982, she interviewed Pablo Escobar on her news program, and soon after, they began a discreet—albeit stormy—romantic relationship. During their five-year affair, Escobar would show Vallejo the vulnerability of presidents, senators, and military leaders seeking to profit from the drug trade. From Vallejo’s privileged perspective and her ability to navigate the global corridors of wealth and high society, Escobar gained the insight to master his manipulation ofColombia’s powerful elite and media. Loving Pablo, Hating Escobar chronicles the birth of Colombia’s drug cartels: the kidnappers, the guerilla groups, and the paramilitary organizations. It is, above everything, a great love story—a deep and painful journeythrough a forbidden relationship—that gives us an intimate vision of thelegendary drug baron who left his mark on Colombia, Latin America, the United States, and the world forever.

Pablo Escobar My Father

Author: Juan Pablo Escobar
Publisher: Macmillan
ISBN: 1250104629
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"THE INTERNATIONAL BEST SELLER! When Pablo Escobar died in 1993, his seventeen-year-old son initially vowed revenge. But Juan Pablo quickly recognized that reaction entailed following in his father's footsteps--something neither he nor his father ever wanted. Their lives in immense danger, Juan Pablo, his mother, and his sister assumed new identities and fled to Argentina, where he would spend the next two decades grappling with his father's legacy. Now an architect and advocate of drug policy reform, Juan Pablo breaks his silence to tell his side of the story, shedding new light on the infamous kingpin--the man who was also his loving father"--

North Toward Home

Author: Willie Morris
Publisher: Yoknapatawpha Pr
ISBN: 9780916242169
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The story of the author's life, first in Mississippi, then going to school in Texas, and then writing in New York.

At The Devil S Table

Author: William C. Rempel
Publisher: Random House Incorporated
ISBN: 1400068371
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Traces the 1990s collaborative effort between two U.S. agents and a security chief for a notorious Colombian drug cartel to dismantle the organization and bring its leaders to justice, a life-risking venture marked by a race to extract damaging evidence and protect the life of a key witness.

Zoo Time

Author: Howard Jacobson
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing USA
ISBN: 1608199398
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Reading is over. Writing is finished. Publishing is dead. Embittered author Guy Ableman knows this, as does his desperate editor; as does the sad whole of doomed literary London. But Guy is dedicated to his dying art, and continues to write for an audience that doesn't exist, loathed by the few readers he does have - feminists who charge him with misogyny, mothers who accuse him of hating children. His vivacious wife Vanessa, a strikingly beautiful red-head, contrary, highly strung and often blazingly angry, is another source of pain, as is her alluring mother Poppy. More like sisters than mother and daughter, they come as a pair, a blistering presence. And Guy is, from the off, as captivated by his mother-in-law as he is by his wife... Against a backdrop of disappointment, failure and loss, in a world in which food and fashion have long since trampled fiction into the ground, Guy is consumed with the temptation of an illicit affair. It distorts every thought in his head, and becomes his next great novel. Fantasy blurs with reality in this furious, hilarious novel about love, loss, mothers and daughters. Frank, poignant and moving, Zoo Time is our funniest writer at his brilliant best.

The Memory Of Pablo Escobar

Author: James Mollison
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The extraordinary story of the richest and most violent gangster in history-his youth, his bid for political power, his domination of the world's cocaine trade, his campaign against the Colombian state during which thousands died, his imprisonment in a luxurious private jail, his escape, and his eventual capture and shooting-is told in hundreds of photographs gathered by photographer James Mollison in Colombia. Exhaustively researched, this visual biography includes photographs from Escobar family albums, pictures by Escobar's bodyguards, pictures from police files (both shot by the police and taken in raids of Escobar's premises), and snapshots by the Federal Drug Administration officer who helped hunt Escobar down. The book contains illuminating interviews with family members, other gangsters, Colombian police and judges, and survivors of Escobar's killing sprees. The text is supplemented by contemporary photographs by Mollison of Escobar's fleet of planes, his private zoo, arms caches captured by the police, and even Escobar's prison jukebox. It is both a compelling picture story and a landmark in visual journalism.