The True Stories of the Monster of Florence by Jacopo Pezzan and Giacomo Brunoro
The True Stories of the Monster of Florence, by Jacopo Pezzan and Giacomo Brunoro. An audiobook published by LA CASE Books.
“A must read guaranteed to give newbies a clear and complete understanding of the Monster’s murders and of the various investigative teories. The audiobook could also be a great reference for experts who believe they know everything on the subject, as it uncovers valuable clues and revelations about the murders and the investigations” (Gabriele Basilica, Thriller Magazine).
“Those passionate about true crime stories will certainly appreciate the analysis of the murders of the Monster of Florence. Brunoro and Pezzan write about everything, from Vincenzo Spalletti to the Sardinian Lead, from Pietro Pacciani to the picnicking friends, and finally from the esoteric theory to the Narducci story. A wonderful map to find your way through a deep mistery (Maurizio Di Giangiacomo, Alto Adige).
- The True Stories of the Monster of Florence
- by Jacopo Pezzan and Giacomo Brunoro
- Narrated by: Yacine May, Max Duprè
- Length: 1 hr and 37 mins
- Categories: Mysteries & Thrillers, True Crime
A bloody puzzle
This is the story of the most chilling series of crimes ever to take place in Italy in the last 50 years. This story is a puzzle that we possess a lot of pieces to, perhaps even too many pieces, but no matter how hard we try to put them all together, we never succeed.
This story is a bloody puzzle that reveals a terrifying picture based on the pieces that we put together and the way in which we connect them. Either way, that picture always leads to too many open questions.
This is a story without a final word, a story that for more than thirty years lives in the nightmares of one of Italy’s most beautiful and famous regions, Tuscany. What comes next is the storytelling of the crimes of the one that came to be know as “The Monster of Florence”.
We are talking about an event that has tested all existing criminology theories on serial killers, to the point where we can state that there are traditional crimes, serial killers, and then there is “The Monster of Florence”.