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Salve Regina

it was amazing 5.00  ·  Rating Details  ·  2 Ratings  ·  2 Reviews
Durante un siglo, Villa Vistamar ha reinado como el mejor internado catolico para jovencitas en los Estados Unidos; sus sacrosantos edificios han sido un hogar para inumerables numerosas jovencitas -peculiarmente, hijas de familias millonarias, y politicamente vulnerables- originarias de paises extranjeros. Juntas de nuevo, durante una reunion de su generacion, dos viejas ...more
Paperback, 342 pages
Published February 8th 2011 by Editorial Casablanca (first published November 29th 2010)
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Irene
Apr 20, 2015 Irene rated it it was amazing
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If you have even the minutest doubt that Villa Vistamar, a premier Roman Catholic boarding school that once catered primarily to wealthy young women from every corner of the world, would prove to be an unlikely locale for political and religious conspiracy, think again. When two illustrious alumina, Erin and Marisa, attend an annual school reunion and fund-raising event, spirited and gutsy Marisa cajoles her longtime friend Erin to delve into the mysterious boundaries left unexplored (and hopefu ...more
Michael W.
Jun 19, 2011 Michael W. rated it it was amazing
In Salve Regina I found lively and intense dialogue between the lead characters. The authors have weaved, in a 330-plus page book, three wonderful and distinct stories, completing each other.

The first story is the plot itself, developing the intrigue and suspense (with its religious, political and police components, and the tireless sleuths, led by Marisa and followed by Erin, Pablo and father Zigi).

The second story is Marisa’s life, her memories, her romance with Arturo, Pablo’s father, her mar
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Having spent the greater portion on her childhood and adult life hopping continents, Erica Fuentes has a multifaceted background in the field of diplomacy and protocol, both in the private and the public sector, including consular foreign service. The mixture of her international experience with her basic Hispanic family values brings a unique perspective to her characters and settings for her nov ...more
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