After a terrorist attack on Guatemala in the 1980's, a small child is left deaf and motherless. Now her father has to step up and take care of her by himself while the fear of inner armed conflict looms over the country.
Four scientists live a series of paranormal events. Their only track is a message that would lead them to a place called Ciudad Blanca.
A young woman is brutally assaulted by gang members in the middle of Guatemala City. As usual, the authorities have no suspects or leads, leaving the girl to become one more victim in a society where thousands of women are assaulted every year. Jacobo, the victim's brother, along with Antonio, his best friend, decide in their frustration to extract some their kind of revenge.
The House Across the Street
The small coastal town of Roquesas de Mar (village invented by the author) is shocked by the disappearance of one of her neighbors sixteen years of age. When days later found the girl's body, horribly maimed in the back of the house of one of the most famous residents of the village, all Alsina Alvaro suspect as the perpetrator.
A family man torn between the love for his family, the boundaries of religion and the freedom to choose whom to love.
Toque de Queda
In Guatemala, violence is contagious. The neighbors of Villas de La Esperanza, in fear of an eventual invasion of those infected by violence, arm themselves and patrol nights, risking their lives for the safety of their families. But battling violence with violence only spreads the contagion, and the neighbors will realise that the greatest danger is not what lurks outside their secure gated community. The real danger lies within. In Guatemala violence is contagious, and we are all infected.
Accused of the genocide of Mayan people, retired general Enrique is trapped in his mansion by massive protests. Abandoned by his staff, the indignant old man and his family must face the devastating truth of his actions and the growing sense that a wrathful supernatural force is targeting them for his crimes.