Books by Ingrid Betancourt

THE BLUE LINE by Ingrid Betancourt
Released: Jan. 26, 2016

"The old problem of free will and predestination gets a good workout, but Betancourt's novel is less satisfying than her 2010 memoir Even Silence Has an End."
Erstwhile Colombian politician Betancourt (Until Death Do Us Part, 2002, etc.) tries her hand at a kind of watery magical realism in this debut novel.Read full book review >
UNTIL DEATH DO US PART by Ingrid Betancourt
Released: Jan. 6, 2002

"By the end, the text has abandoned its disguise as a memoir and revealed its true identity as a rather conventional campaign autobiography."
A courageous Colombian senator, member of a politically active family, charts her course through the dangerous political waters of her troubled country. Read full book review >