Stolen Little House
Biographies and Personalities / Commercial Non-Fiction
The in-depth story of the biggest theft of the dictatorship, which left the wine-growing Cerutti family penniless. In the early morning of January 12, 1977, at sunrise, a group of paramilitaries broke into the home that Victorio Cerutti—the author’s grandfather—had inherited from his father. An intimate, personal, and moving chronicle that has as its protagonist The Big House. The Cerutti and their 130 years of history, beginning with Manuel’s arrival in America and leading up to the present day. The personalities, words, actions, and dreams of this family that formed part of the American dream in Argentina and intermingled with our country’s history in a controversial and passionate way.