THE LAST DOVE
Only those who know real pain can face such a macabre crime
In front of the Rota naval base, behind the police cordon of a brutal scene, a group of neighbors cry out for justice: the body of the young Diana Buffet lies savagely mutilated and with huge wings sewn on her back.
Neither the cameras nor the surveillance helicopter at the base have captured a single image that could serve the investigation; something incomprehensible.
Sergeant Patria Santiago knows that the murderer is going to kill again, but no one believes her, not even Corporal Sacha Santos -who would like to be more than his partner-, because as other people from Rota thinks, Patria has lived with pain too long to be trusted.
A single clue, the investigation that Diana was doing on the base, and its connection with the disappearance of a young woman sixty years ago, when the Americans arrived in Rota, seems to be the only strings to be pulled.