That book sounds good [The Monster of Perugia]. I've started with the Monster of Florence because it was written by Douglas Preston, an American who had his own problems with the Italian prosecutor, and I remember him saying at the time, Amanda went to Italy a fresh young girl and will come home a middle aged woman. So far, I have been unable to sleep through this book. It's that good. :seeya: April 23, 2010 7:54 AM Monster of Florence: Amanda Knox Prosecutor's Satanic Theories Rejected by Judge http://www.cbsnews.com/8301-504083_162-20003238-504083.html "Mignini's malicious and completely unwarranted accusations ruined many lives and impoverished the defendants and their families," Douglas Preston, the author of "The Monster of Florence," told Crimesider. Added Mario Spezi, Preston's co-author in Italy, "The great question is: How was it possible that Mignini was able to pursue a case that everyone knew was crazy?" Those who follow the case of Amanda Knox, the American student convicted of murder in Perugia last December, will find much of this familiar. Giuliano Mignini was the prosecutor in Knox's case. Mignini argued, at one point, that Knox was demonically motivated when, he says, she killed her roommate, Meredith Kercher in November 2007.