Nightmare in Napa: The Wine Country Murders

Nightmare in Napa The Wine Country Murders The Shocking True Story Of Murder In California Wine Country An award winning journalist delves behind the scenes of a chilling true crime story aired on TV s Hours Mystery and uncovers twisting re

  • Title: Nightmare in Napa: The Wine Country Murders
  • Author: Paul LaRosa
  • ISBN: 9781416554141
  • Page: 467
  • Format: ebook
  • The Shocking True Story Of Murder In California Wine Country An award winning journalist delves behind the scenes of a chilling true crime story aired on TV s 48 Hours Mystery and uncovers twisting revelations inside an already shattering case of double homicide Halloween night in idyllic Napa, California two young women roommates a transplanted Southern beauty qThe Shocking True Story Of Murder In California Wine Country An award winning journalist delves behind the scenes of a chilling true crime story aired on TV s 48 Hours Mystery and uncovers twisting revelations inside an already shattering case of double homicide Halloween night in idyllic Napa, California two young women roommates a transplanted Southern beauty queen and a popular engineering graduate from the Napa area are brutally stabbed by an intruder who entered their home through a first floor window A third roommate heard the horrific commotion but never saw the killer News of the tragedy sent shockwaves throughout the peaceful region as well as the nation but while investigators pursued every angle from a satanic cult to a disgruntled suitor, the murders of Leslie Mazzara and Adriane Insogna remained unsolved Until someone came forward with a shocking confession someone who was close enough to the women to escape suspicion Someone who knew the victims all too well Complete with up to the minute court action and the stunning crime scene breakthroughs that turned the case around, here is the full story of the Nightmare In Napa.

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    1. I m so happy with the reviews of my memoir Leaving Story Avenue, my journey from the projects to the front page Here are just a few The NY Times A captivating and vivid memoir Ken Auletta of The New Yorker magazine A poignant and funny memoir The Newark Star Ledger Paul LaRosa nails the twilight era of American newspapers with the aplomb of the award winning journalist he became Tom Robbins, investigative journalist LaRosa has a great ear, a great eye and a great sense of self effacing humora marvelous tale of a fast disappearing part of New York Of the 17 reader reviews on , 16 of them are 5 star and the other is a 4 star review Thanks everyone.Paul

    2. This is now the second book I've read of Paul LaRosa's 48 Hours Mystery series, and I hope he'll keep writing more, because they are very good! He writes with an easy-to-read, fast-flowing style, and yet gives very detailed accounts of the crime as well as the lives/personalities of the victims, perpetrator, and friends and family members who loved them. I read "Nightmare in Napa" in practically one sitting yesterday and then watched the 48 Hours Mystery show this morning. It's interesting to ac [...]

    3. I really like to read true crime books and watch shows like 48 hours mystery and this book was no exception. Unlike Death of a Dream, I did not know anything about this double murder, so it was hard for me to put this book down. I do not think that I have ever read a book quicker than this one. I started it about 2 days ago in the late afternoon and I finished it last night before I went to bed (so, it took me only 24 hours to read it). (I even found myself reading it while at red lightsd there [...]

    4. If you enjoy reading about true crime, you will probably enjoy Nightmare in Napa. Reading the book is very similar to watching the show (48 hours) in that it is fast-paced, to the point, and very descriptive without being gory.The author provides so much background information on the victims, the reader really gets a sense of how the murder affected their families and friends. - And what a shock it was when the murderer confessed.I can't know how accurate this documentation is, but it's certainl [...]

    5. Okay I like a little true crime here and there! But I have noticed that after I read these kind of books that I start hearing little noises in the night.This was a good read, I thought. I had watched the "48 hours Mystery" about this crime, so I decided to read the book for the "full story."

    6. Mystery readers will enjoy this book. It kept you guessing and really showed an in-depth view into the personal stories of the victims, their families and the suspects. For me, it was a bit too much background information on the friends and boyfriends, etc. But overall, I liked this book.

    7. I am a true crime junkie you could tell by looking at all the books Ive read. This was a good book and kept me guessing as to whom the murderer was.

    8. After having won this book through First Reads (Happy, FCC?), I finally read it. It went by really quickly; I started it on my train downtown yesterday and finished it today between classes. Despite how quickly I got through it, I don't really want to say that I enjoyed it. It was a very non-linear telling. LaRosa chose to discuss everything in bits and pieces, which sometimes required that he retell a detail previously revealed two or three times. He'd talk about Leslie's mother, and then talk [...]

    9. A very quick paced book. 99% of the true crime I've read has been by Ann Rule and she sets a high standard. This book was not the in-depth coverage I believe Ms. Rule would have given the case. I'm still left wondering about the motive of the killer. The reasons given (very briefly) would describe eighty-percent of the population; yet, most people don't go out and brutally and fatally stab 2 women to death.Not a bad read, but I'm left wanting more.

    10. This book came up as a recommendation. I am curious about the case it is refering to since I live in "The Wine Country" of Northern California. I like murder mysteries but we'll see. This one may be too close to home.

    11. This book reads like a TV special of 48 hours mystery, a 2 hours special, there is a lot of information about the case, it has more details that you"ll ever find in the TV show.I found it very entertaining, a very easy to read. Recommend it.

    12. I'm sure the author is very good at showing the news on "48 Hours", but this skill didn't translate well to the book.

    13. You know what's funnier than Paul LaRosa calling me a hack publicly on GoodReads? Paul LaRosa rating all of his own books five stars on GoodReads! LMAO!

    14. I like this book!!! I am into mysteries and this book rates pretty high to me. I enjoyed every word in this book.

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