Two very different new novels. Jorge Franco created the unforgettable anti-heroine of Colombian fiction Rosario Tijeras, a woman who incarnates the relationship with violence that so many Colombians encounter, direct or indirectly. In 2018, in El cielo a tiros, she portrays Larry, the son of a powerful drug trafficker who returns to the country 12 years after the disappearance of his father. In his book Es mejor no preguntar, Sergio Ocampo tells a love story which is the incarnation of Romeo and Juliet, with the touches of this century in which love is disposable. Love in the times when screens, chats and social media have sieged emotional relationships. In conversation with Esteban Carlos Mejía.