SOME DAY I WILL COME BACK FOR YOU
In 1982, with just three years, Samir was abandoned by her mother in the beach of El Saler. She covered his eyes and told him: «don’t move, I’ll be back in no time». But she never did. No one knew why she never came back, and that kid ended up living in a juvenile centre without identity and a bunch of memories. Samir grew up between orphans and disinherited of the world but determined to have an opportunity in life. Thirty years after her mother forgot him in that beach, Samir is no longer a defenceless kid but a captain of the Judicial Police of Valencia. Nevertheless, his past will come back mysteriously. A young women’s body was found murdered hours prior in the same place where he was abandoned when he was a kid, it will not seem to be a coincidence. The fact that she wore her name and phone number either. Captain Santos will start an investigation that will become a puzzle where the pieces of his past and his mother’s will end up being crucial to be able to learn the truth about the body. In the end, in the deepest part of himself, Samir has always long for that: that someday her mother came back to him.
Narrated with brilliantly an emotion, the suspense and the plot become in the best to read this book. The author builds the story taking turns between the past and the present in a fluid and rhythmic way, knowing that a novel not only requires a good story but also a powerful writing.