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The Monster of Florence

—4— What a fantastically horrifying true crime novel!  Loved it! From Publishers Weekly: United in their obsession with a grisly Italian serial murder case almost three decades old, thriller writer Preston (coauthor, Brimstone) and Italian crime reporter Spezi seek to uncover … Continue reading

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Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil

—4.5—  Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil by John Berendt is a nonfiction novel about a murder among high society in proper and traditional Savannah.  It is wonderfuly well-written and each character is more bizarre than the last.  Savannah … Continue reading

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Intro: Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil

“He was tall, about fifty, with darkly handsome, almost sinister features: a neatly trimmed mustache, hair turning silver at the temples, and eyes so black they were like the tinted windows of a sleek limousine- he could see out, but … Continue reading

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