Some secrets should never be uncovered.

Cora Bruno is a modern private detective who investigates marital infidelities by delving into the psyche of her clients. Addicted to sweets and impossible loves, she is mockingly known as the “Queen of Hearts” and the “Panty and Fly Spy.” To solve cases, she relies on the help of her group of friends, with whom she meets on Mondays to analyze cases.

Cora is a great connoisseur of love but also contradictory. She has a relationship with a very masculine man that her friends know nothing about for fear they would question her feminism.

From the small cases she has faced since the beginning of her career, she has learned that many times it is the revenge and whims of women that motivate them.

But her life takes an unexpected turn when a security agency with an almost entirely male staff hires her to investigate the secret lives of CEOs, managers, politicians, and other high-class clients.

She becomes entangled in a web of deceit, infidelities, secrets, and hidden loves in a case related to the mafia, where the unfaithful husband belongs to a criminal group. While investigating, Cora discovers more than she should about the man’s double life, leading her to face death in a chilling climax.



With a light touch, Jorge Fernández Díaz creates a character in Cora who is unconventional and full of contradictory tastes. The novel brings us closer to the conflict between good and evil, confronting the injustices of this world in pages filled with intrigue, passion, and surprises.

Fernández Díaz is one of the most successful authors in Argentina, with hundreds of thousands of copies sold, publications throughout Latin America, and translations into Italian, French, Polish, and Czech.

He has received various accolades, including the Platinum Konex Award, the Martín Fierro Award, the Silver Laurel for Personality of the Year, the Argentores Script Award, the Bicentennial Medal, and the Cross of the Order of Isabel la Católica. He is the author of the multi-award-winning trilogy of police inspector Remil, comprising The Dagger, The Wound, and The Betrayal, which was a finalist for the Grand Prix of French Police Literature and the Violeta Negra Festival in Toulouse.


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