Francesco Caringella – I'm not a murderess
Cecilia | On 29, Oct 2014
Francesco Caringella è born in 1965 a Bari.
Already officer of the Navy, he was a commissioner of police and criminal magistrate on duty at the Court of Milan.
In the latter capacity, he dealt with the most important processes related to’ investigation ” Clean Hands”. And’ State Councillor from 1997. Author of numerous legal publications, is scientific director of the publishing house Dike Legal.
For Newton Compton Editori, output the 30 October 2014, his novel:
On a cold autumn morning, una scena raccapricciante si materializza davanti agli occhi della domestica del sostituto procuratore Giovanni Mastropaolo: man lying sprawled on the desk of his study in the villa of Santa Caterina di Nardo, his forehead pierced by a bullet.
Who could have killed the prosecutor known for his investigations against the new Camorra Pugliese? Instead of facing the criminal environment, the suspicions of the investigators instead concentrate on Francesco Prencipe, assistant chief, related to the victim by ancient relations of friendship and professional collaboration. After a dramatic interrogation, the official is accused of murder and arrested. Everything is against him. His are the only prints found at the scene of the crime. And an eyewitness swear they saw him run away from the crime scene shortly after the time of death. Backed by the affection of his former wife Victoria and the help of an old school friend who takes up their defense, Francesco Prencipe fight for months, inside the prison of Power, to prove his innocence. It will find out the hard way that dramatically, in the courtroom as in the life of every day, the boundary between reality and the lie is a thin thread.
Indeed, at the bottom of the truth is nothing but a lie told better than others ...