The tomb of Argentina's most-loved leader is invaded, his body desecrated. Government officials receive a demand for $8 million in ransom for the return of Juan Peron's hands. It is signed "Hermes IAI and the 13." Prosecutor Jaime Far Suau is a man of integrity and determination, and he is committed to finding the thieves. Yet at every turn the investigation is plagued by misinformation, red herrings and disappearing witnesses. Then, Far Suau himself dies in a strange automobile accident just when he has renewed his intent to get to the bottom of the crime. Journalists David Cox and Damian Nabot only set out to report the details of the investigation of the theft of Juan Peron's hands, but as they dug into the history of Argentina and the power brokers responsible for it they uncovered a surprising thread that led to a notorious figure whose background in politics, crime and the occult revealed a possible solution to the decades-old mystery. A solution that is as much symbolic as nefarious.
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