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The Killing Fields Harvest of WomenVery factual lots of names and dates of murders A owerful challenging look at our government Mexico and what is occurring next door across from our border I m going to explain my rating since i do agree with other reviews that discuss the way it was writtenThis is an important book filled with information and facts The roblem is it feels like it was copied from someone s index card information and facts The roblem is it feels like it was copied from someone s index card back in 70 s HSCollege and never ut in any order or even correct types of chaptersIt also has the feel of ossibly being newspaper articles which it also could have been But This Is Never Mentioned this is never mentioned guess this is an English translated version so i can totally understand seeing words that are incorrect or missed by the Proofreader or Editor This doesnt bother me i ve read books by small ublishers and independent ublishers and seen this and that s OK I d rather have the chance to read these type of books than be super icky about a missed wordBut the way these chapters are done you really can never get the full story of any ONE woman any ONE area where bodies were found or even one FULL story of a certain GROUP of killings It or even one FULL story of a certain GROUP of killings It frustrating The writing of it would robably be given one star But i read the entire book it kept my attention and was readable and lists the women s names ages causes of death at the end of the book which leaves one with a feeling that cannot be explained Mostly WHY HOW And now i need to read. Explosive book exposes the Mexican killing fields that claimed the lives of hundreds of women at the Juarez Mexico border The author's dangerous investigation reveals high level corruption a drug cartel run amok and Hollywood took note and. .
I cannot believe this was allowed to happen and eople wonder why Mexicans risk their lives and the lives of their children to flee across allowed to happen and Worlds Beyond The Poles people wonder why Mexicans risk their lives and the lives of their children to flee across border daily especially women This is a book that should be read Excellent research and well written This is a very interesting story however I find the writing style a bit confusing The author discusses a large number of murder cases that were never resolved It is sometimes difficult to determine if she is discussing facts about a new case or going back to add information about a casereviously discussed I read the English version of this book I wonder if something was lost in translation I saw excellent reviews given to the Spanish version The book did rompt me to want to learn a bit about the Juarez femicides so I googled the topic to try to understand it a bit better It is a topic worth learning about I have not read this book yet but on the odcast forgotten women of Juarez the author of this book mentioned that she felt she had to finish writing this book and get it out asap as she felt her life could be in danger because of her investigating The information in this book blew me away As an Amnesty International activist I have known about the hundreds of unsolved murders in Juarez for a several years now and I have been under the impression that no one knew what was behind the femicidesThis book makes it erfectly clear that owerful Monster der Woche people on both sides Produced a movie starring Jennifer Lopez and Antonio Banderas Amnesty International the United Nations and the US State Department want the Mexican government tout an end to the murders and disappearances that have spread to other lace. ,


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many of ower brokers south of the border are directly responsible This book is especially commendable because of the attention and honor it ays to the families of the victims and the toll all Finally had a chance to read in detail about the Juarez femicide which as of 2006 stands at around 470 women The author makes a brief the Juarez femicide which as of 2006 stands at around 470 women The author makes a brief small connection to other laces that havehad femicides The author in her dry journalist voice states what happened and all of the Ones and Zeroes people involved to ultimately implicate the murderers which are the juniors sons of rich andowerful eople and the State for it s corruption failure to investigate adeuately and arrest the culprits and making a act with Colombian drug cartels the author does a great job cartels The author does a great job linking it to recent history with Mexico s dirty wars Horizon City is mentioned once and my town is mentioned twice unfortunately Interest subject matter but it had to have been the most oorly written book ever There was no rhyme or reason to the order not topical nor chronological The Killing Fields contains a wealth of information about the murder of women near Ciudad Juarez but the facts are resented in an extremely haphazard fashion with little to no attribution Sergio Rodriguez s Bones in the Desert which sadly has not been translated into English Bowden s Murder City or Terrsa Rodriguez s Daughters of Juarez are recommended. S Exclusive material including FBI interviews Hugh Hefner's Playboy, 6 Volumes (Collectors) puts this book at the frontlines of the issue Author is the expert on the ghastly border crimes It is the first nonfiction book in English about the murders that attracted international attenti.