Las Muñecas de la Corona (The Crown Dolls)

Las Muñecas de la Corona (The Crown Dolls)


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Published: 2017

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The detention of Tim Black, a stylist who works with beautiful and sophisticated women in the service of a corruption network in Miami, activates U.S. federal agencies to investigate dozens of crimes committed by the military and civilian political elite in Venezuela. 

A beauty contest turned into a massive white slave trade, it operates under the applause of a snobbish society that proudly assumes that its representatives are turned into dolls and that they are winners in international events, while drug trafficking, arms purchases, terrorism, and corruption are daily scenarios for those who control the institutions and operate with impunity. But their lives are complicated when Tim becomes the thread between the perversions of the dictatorship's hierarchs and the bloodhounds who have proposed to put their hands on the mafia bosses whose actions extend beyond the borders of the Caribbean country and are considered a global geopolitical problem. 

Three of the dolls come to be linked to high officials of the Venezuelan government. They take advantage of the amorality of a regime that rewards dishonesty; they enjoy like queens some goods that don't belong to them and are witnesses and accomplices of the crimes. They also have secrets. They follow the same path, but their feelings are different.

Las Muñecas de la Corona is an exciting thriller where power, crime, and sex hold hands between twisted rulers who will do whatever it takes to stay in power.


Ibéyise Pacheco

Journalist - Writer

About the author

Venezuelan journalist who defines herself as "citizen of freedom". Graduated from the Central University of Venezuela as a Social Communicator.

She started as a proofreader and dialogist of soap operas on Radio Caracas Televisión (RCTV). He worked at El Diario de Caracas, where she produced one of the most important journalistic works in Venezuela, "Los Pozos de la Muerte", an investigation that revealed the disappearance of young people in the hands of the police agencies of his country.

In 1988 she won the National Prize for Journalism, research mention, for the case of the "Manzopol", a side police force accused of being involved in extortion and drug trafficking crimes.

She continued her career in the Venezuelan newspaper, El Nacional, where she held different responsibilities as a reporter and editor, but without ever leaving her investigations. She was the head of the popular newspaper “Así es la Noticia” which headquarters were attacked by an explosive device, fortunately without any injured. Ibéyise was targeted by violent groups from Hugo Chávez Frías’ government.

Throughout the years, she was able to produce information and opinion shows on radio and television, as well as writing an opinion column in the newspaper El Nacional, called "En Privado".

In 2006 she published the book “Bajo la sotana, confesiones del padre Pablo” (Under the cassock, confessions of Father Pablo), and five years later; “Sangre en el diván, el extraordinario caso del Dr. Chirinos” (Blood on the couch, the extraordinary case of Dr. Chirinos), versioned for both theater and television. At the end of 2012, she published “El grito ignorado, cuando un niño es víctima de la violencia” The Ignored scream, when a child is a victim of violence).

During the government of President Hugo Chávez Frías, she was victim of a ruthless persecution. On December 27, 2014, she decided to relocate in Miami, two years later, she published his new book “as muñecas de la corona, los crímenes y la perversión del chavismo en el poder” (The dolls of the crown, the crimes and the perversion of Chavismo in power).

Ibéyise is a weekly contributor to Diario Las Américas.