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Honor Bound: My Journey to Hell and Back with Amanda Knox Hardcover – September 18, 2012
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"At times witty and often sarcastic, [Raffaele Sollecito] brilliantly rehashes four years of hell, dispelling many theories on what was really going on behind the scenes and shedding an interesting light on what it’s like to be a bit player in a major media show. He is candid and believable … Not only does Sollecito give a great insider’s look at the trial from his unique vantage point, he also clears up a number of mistruths that Knox’s ardent supporters pushed throughout the four-year affair….Sollecito’s book is sure to satisfy." (The Daily Beast)
About the Author
Raffaele Sollecito was born in Southern Italy. He was a computer science student at the University of Perugia when he and Amanda Knox were first accused of murder in 2007. On October 3, 2011, after four years of trials and appeals, he and Knox were cleared and released. He is now moving on with his life.
Andrew Gumbel is a Los Angeles-based journalist and author. He spent six years in Italy, including stints as a foreign correspondent for Reuters and The Independent. His books include the widely acclaimed Oklahoma City: What The Investigation Missed—And Why It Still Matters.
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Bottom line, Amanda and Raffele are innocent and were not there at the crime scene when Rudy Gude the lone culprit, broke-in, pooped, attacked, raped and robbed defenseless Meredith Kercher, then left her to die. Went dancing in a Perugian bar, then fled to Germany, realizing that the police had tell tale murder location signs that he had committed the murder.
I highly recommend this book to anyone interested in the case.
An imperative read for anyone who wants to understand what has REALLY been going on in the Meredith Kercher murder case.
The book is incredibly well written. It was really interesting to read his account of all the horrible lies that were fabricated and spread about them. It's a very different experience from reading Amanda's book (in a good way) due to their different personalities. I really enjoyed hearing both sides, and Raffaele is obviously incredibly intelligent and made this book very interesting.
After reading both books, I am just so glad to know that they were both released from prison because it's extremely obvious that they had no part in the crime, and what they endured and the way they were treated by the Italian police is a huge eye opener about how corrupt the government can be.
Anyway, if you're interested in this case, YOU MUST READ THIS BOOK!