Murders in Italy

Murders in Italy, an audiobook by Jacopo Pezzan & Giacomo Brunoro

Murders in Italy Audiobook | LA CASE Books | Jacopo Pezzan & Giacomo Brunoro

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.

Narrated by: Marileda Maggi, Yacine May, Rita Zanchetta, Max Dupré

Length: 2 hrs and 52 mins

The Monster of Florence

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 mystery..

A must read guaranteed to give newbies a clear and complete understanding of the Monster of Florence 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.

Murders in Italy audiobook | by Pezzan & Brunoro, LA CASE Books

Amanda Knox and the Perugia Murder

On December 5, 2009, Amanda Knox and Raffaele Sollecito were found guilty of the murder of Meredith Kercher. In December of the following year, the appeal trial began. Despite the initial verdict, the Italian and international public opinion is widely divided: many are those who think that Amanda and Raffaele are the victims of a miscarriage of justice.

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.