When she met Pablo Escobar, when she was only thirteen years old, Victoria Eugenia Henao was completely unaware of the fact that her life was about to become a terrible nightmare, and that she would ever be stigmatized as the woman who married and had two children with the biggest drug trafficker of all times. For this book, and over the course of two years, Escobar's widow has plunged into her memory and has remembered each one of the horrible episodes she experienced with whom, from 1982, devastated Colombia with a terror strategy that included the murders of politicians, journalists and human rights activists, while he continued to fill the world with cocaine. Never until now has a witness so close to Escobar's life examined his actions in different fronts. How was the war he faced against the cartel of Cali and the Colombian state? How close was he with the militiamen? How did she experience her husband's unceasing infidelities? How did art become her escape route? How were Escobar's last years, when he was locked up in the Cathedral until the moment of his murder? And above all, what became of his family after the drug trafficker's dead? Pablo Escobar's widow tells her story for the first time.
- ISBN-13: 9786070755941
- ISBN-10: 6070755944
- Publisher: Planeta Publishing
- Publish Date: March 2019
- Dimensions: 9 x 5.9 x 1.3 inches
- Shipping Weight: 1.3 pounds
- Page Count: 528