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The Fatal Gift of Beauty: The Trials of Amanda Knox
The Fatal Gift of Beauty: The Trials of Amanda Knox
The sexually violent murder of twenty-one-year-old British student Meredith Kercher in Perugia, Italy, on the night of November 1, 2007, became an international sensation when one of Kercher’s housemates, twenty-year-old Seattle native Amanda Knox, as well as her Italian boyfriend and a troubled local man Knox said she “vaguely” knew, was arrested and charged with the murder. The Fatal Gift of Beauty is award-winning author and journalist Nina Burleigh’s mesmerizing literary investigation of the murder, the controversial prosecution, the conviction and twenty-six-year sentence of Knox, the machinations of Italian justice, and the underground depravity and clash of cultures in one of central -Italy’s most beloved cities.

When Perugia authorities concluded that the murder was part of a dark, twisted rite—a “sex game”—led by the American with an uncanny resemblance to Perugia’s Madonna, they unleashed a media frenzy from Rome to London to New York and Seattle. The story drew an international cult obsessed with “Foxy Knoxy,” a pretty honor student on a junior year abroad, who either woke up one morning into a nightmare of superstition and misogyny—the dark side of Italy—or participated in something unspeakable.

The investigation begins in the old stone cottage overlooking bucolic olive groves where Kercher’s body was found in her locked bedroom. It winds through the shadowy, arched alleys of Perugia, a city of art that is also a magnet for tens of thousands of students who frequent its bars, clubs, and drug bazaar on the steps of the Duomo. It climaxes in an up-close account of Italy’s dysfunctional legal system, as the trial slowly unfolds at the town’s Tribunale, and the prosecution’s thunderous final appeal to God before the quivering girl defendant resembles a scene from the Inquisition.

To reveal what actually happened on that terrible night after Halloween, Nina Burleigh lived in Perugia, attended the trial, and corresponded with the incarcerated defendants. She also delved deeply into the history, secrets, and customs of Perugia, renowned equally for its Etruscan tunnels, early Christian art, medieval sorcerers, and pagan roots.

The Fatal Gift of Beauty is a thoughtful, compelling examination of an enduring mystery, an ancient, storied place, and a disquieting facet of Italian culture: an obsession with female eroticism. It is also an acute window into the minds and personalities of the accused killers and of the conservative Italian magistrate striving to make sense of an inexplicable act of evil. But at its core is an indelible portrait of Amanda Knox, the strangely childlike, enigmatic beauty, whose photogenic face became the focal point of international speculation about the shadow side of youth and freedom.

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The Amanda Knox Story: A Murder in Perugia
American college student Amanda Knox had been studying in Italy for just a few weeks when she was arrested and charged with the brutal murder of her British roommate. “The Amanda Knox Story: A Murder in Perugia,” brings the reader in to this fascinating mystery. Although Knox has been convicted, she is in the midst of her first appeal trial. Many believe Knox was the victim of an overzealous prosecution and anti-American sentiment. This immersive storytelling experience includes original text drawn from three years of reporting by ABC News, rarely seen pictures of Knox, exclusive video from the ABC News archives, and original interactive elements. “The Amanda Knox Story: A Murder in Perugia,” is a unique story-telling experience; it promises to capture new reader interest in the case, along with the most devoted followers. This special ABC Video Book also includes an original introduction by Elizabeth Vargas, along with the anchor’s endnote with her recollections and insight into this complex case.


Turning the page on storytelling.

American college student Amanda Knox had been studying in Italy for just a few weeks when she was arrested and charged with the brutal murder of her British roommate. “The Amanda Knox Story: A Murder in Perugia,” brings the reader in to this fascinating mystery. Although Knox has been convicted, she is in the midst of her first appeal trial. Many believe Knox was the victim of an overzealous prosecution and anti-American sentiment. This immersive storytelling experience includes original text drawn from three years of reporting by ABC News, rarely seen pictures of Knox, exclusive video from the ABC News archives, and original interactive elements. “The Amanda Knox Story: A Murder in Perugia,” is a unique story-telling experience; it promises to capture new reader interest in the case, along with the most devoted followers. This special ABC Video Book also includes an original introduction by Elizabeth Vargas, along with the anchor’s endnote with her recollections and insight into this complex case.


Turning the page on storytelling.

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