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    Publisher: Canongate

    Loving Pablo, Hating Escobar: The Shocking True Story of the Notorious Drug Lord from the Woman Who Knew Him Best

    £12.99
    The shocking, sensational memoir of Virginia Vallejo, Pablo Escobar's famous lover. Soon to be a major film LOVING PABLO starring Penelope Cruz and Javier Bardem
    ISBN: 9781786891051
    AuthorVirginia Vallejo
    Pub Date31/05/2018
    BindingPaperback
    Pages480
    Availability: In Stock

    VIRGINIA VALLEJO:
    Top Colombian television journalist, cover model and socialite

    PABLO ESCOBAR:
    Head of the Medellin cartel, the founder of the global cocaine industry and one of the most ambitious - and brutal - criminals in history

    Over the course of their tempestuous love affair, Vallejo witnessed first-hand the bloodshed, fear and corruption that accompanied the rise of Escobar's crime empire. In this explosive tale of drugs, sex, wealth and violence, Vallejo describes the man she knew and loved. But, increasingly plagued by threats of kidnap and death for her knowledge on Escobar's ties to the political establishment, Vallejo sought extradition to the United States. Her testimony would reopen one of the most important criminal cases in Colombian history.

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    VIRGINIA VALLEJO:
    Top Colombian television journalist, cover model and socialite

    PABLO ESCOBAR:
    Head of the Medellin cartel, the founder of the global cocaine industry and one of the most ambitious - and brutal - criminals in history

    Over the course of their tempestuous love affair, Vallejo witnessed first-hand the bloodshed, fear and corruption that accompanied the rise of Escobar's crime empire. In this explosive tale of drugs, sex, wealth and violence, Vallejo describes the man she knew and loved. But, increasingly plagued by threats of kidnap and death for her knowledge on Escobar's ties to the political establishment, Vallejo sought extradition to the United States. Her testimony would reopen one of the most important criminal cases in Colombian history.