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The incredible story of the two most high-profile Italian cases in recent history: the story of the Monster of Florence, a serial killer who targeted unmarried couples and terrorized Florence for two decades, and the Amanda Knox case.
 

"The Monster of Florence": Brunoro and Pezzan write about everything, from the Sardinian Lead to Pietro Pacciani and the picnicking friends, from the satanic-esoteric theory to the Narducci story. This is a detailed map to find a way through this deep mystery.  

"Amanda Knox and the Perugia Murder": who killed Meredith Kercher? Was it truly an erotic game gone bad? What pushed Amanda Knox and Raffaele Sollecito to become involved in such an ugly story of sex and drugs, which eventually led to a macabre homicide? With a thorough examination of the technical and scientific evidence, the authors draft a balanced analysis of the facts that highlights the inconsistencies of an incident that still has too many unanswered questions.

©2018 LA CASE Books (P)2018 LA CASE Books

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Terrible narration. Story OK but not great.

Sounded like English is a second language for both the authors and narrators. Mispronunciations throughout and poor grammar, probably due to incorrect translation.