Author: Carmen Remírez de Ganuza.
His voice was playing on the car radio all the time, and it wasn’t a Grammy. His gesture was a television still, and he wasn’t a glittering politician. During the months of the trial, the very popular judge Manuel Marchena was something like the face and the viral echo… of the State; and he was so from the skyline of Madrid to the last village in the emptied Spain.
With the most controversial sentence in the history of democracy would come the decline of that god of Justice. Both sides took it upon themselves to debunk the myth, and he himself had once again broken the mould in which he had been imprisoned. Because in the end, Marchena, neither the hero nor the villain of constitutional Spain, turned out to be… just a judge.
Publisher: LA ESFERA DE LOS LIBROS
Binding: Soft cover
RPP: 18,90 euros