In some characteristic places that all mountaineers know and through which hundreds of hikers walk, peculiar events begin to occur. A FEDME executive mistrusts that they are simply accidents and, although no one pays attention to him, he begins to investigate with the help of a private investigator, with whom he establishes a curious relationship. Rescue groups mobilize on many occasions, which sometimes turn out to be false alarms, but they sow confusion and fear among the mountaineers.
While the action is developing, the federative carries out a conscientious job collecting data about Count Russell, one of the fathers of Pyrenees. The two frames end up connecting, helping to fix the idea that the truth is something difficult to pin down.
The events of one era and another take place in landscapes of striking beauty, evidencing a great concern for the protection of nature, which in one of the protagonists is, at times, somewhat unhealthy.
- Author: Jokin Azketa.
- Editorial: Ediciones Desnivel.
- Format: 14 x 21 cm.
- Page No.: 256.
- ISBN: 978-8498294545.