Synopses & Reviews
A contemporary classic, Corazón tan blanco tells the story of Juan Ranz, an interpreter and translator who lives in fear of the underlying danger of listening: once you hear something it there to stay. While on his honeymoon in Havana, he accidentally hears a hotel conversation. As of that moment, his marriage will be filled with foreboding. A hypnotic novel about marriage, murder and suspicion, instigation and persuasion, secrets and the convenience they affordabout white hearts blackened bit by bit until they become what they never wanted to be.