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- Rush Limbaugh: ‘There is no journalism anymore’
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Topic - Horacio Castellanos Moya
"The She-Devil in the Mirror" may appear to be a traditional murder mystery but in fact it is one that faithfully reflects the extreme polarization and violence that author Horacio Castellanos Moya cited as his reason for seeking asylum from El Salvador.
"The first time I left was in 1979," he told an interviewer last year.
All of this build-up is necessary for a full appreciation of "The She-Devil in the Mirror," which Mr. Moya wrote in 2000 but which took until this year to be translated into English.