Giacomo Brunoro and Jacopo Pezzan are bringing their small publishing house to the top with their choices that are sometimes bizarre but very interesting.

Il Sole 24 OreGiambattista Marchetto

When you read Matteo Strukul, wear something washable. The action is non-stop, and the blood flies off the page.

Linwood Barclay

Duncan's writing is fluent and powerful. He possesses an imagination capable of both conjuring worlds and capturing the intricacies of moments.

Jeffrey Ford

Victor Gischler just became one of my favorites. His books and stories are killer. Cold as dry ice, clever and funny. Man, this guy has it going on.

Joe Lansdale

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.

Alto AdigeMaurizio Di Giangiacomo

Matteo Strukul has a brilliant style and a rare imagination. I heartily welcome him
to the God-cursed and Devil-blessed brotherhood of mad novelists!

Tim Willocks

...a digital publisher specialized in ebooks and audiobooks with an extended catalog that goes from True Crime to novel and history books.

The Monster of Florence, also known as Il Mostro or Il Mostro di Firenze, is an epithet commonly used for the perpetrator, or perpetrators, of 16 murders, nearly all of them couples, that took place between 1968 and 1985 in the province of Florence, Italy.

Matteo Strukul reminds me of Duane Swierczynski and Quentin Tarantino, which is a very fine combination: he’s the name to watch in Italian crime fiction. In fact, he's the name to watch internationally.

Allan Guthrie

The ebook “The True Stories of the Monster Of Florence” by gives a detailed account of all the murders and the different investigative theories.

Big Stupid does what it’s supposed to. It’s a fast, sexy, violent, wisecracking tale that can be read in one sitting. But Victor Gischler also adds a lot of heart to the story. The final sequence, as the characters race to settle things against the approach of a hurricane, is concisely and brilliantly rendered. And the ending stunned me, ringing in my head for a quite a while after I’d set the book down. 4.5, really.

Matteo Strukul is one of the most important new voices in Italian crime fiction and must be read.

Joe Lansdale