Francesca Fagnani in Frascati (guest of Mondadori at the Aldobrandini Scuderie) to present the book “Mala: Roma Criminale”

An unmissable afternoon awaits lovers of literature and journalistic investigation. Sunday 26 Mayat 6 pm, the Mondadori Bookstore bookshop in Frascati (which belongs to the circuit of those of Velletri, Lariano, Genzano and Cisterna di Latina), will host the acclaimed journalist and writer Francesca Fagnani for the presentation of his latest book “Mala: Criminal Rome”which will be held at Aldobrandini stables in Piazza G. Marconi.

The event will be a unique opportunity to immerse yourself in the dark criminal geography of the Capital through the expert eyes of Francesca Fagnani. The author, known for her incisive and in-depth journalistic research, will examine judicial sources, connect the facts and reconstruct ancient alliances and recent rivalries that define the criminal fabric of Rome.

“Mala” is not just a book, but a documented and overwhelming investigation, which reveals who the new masters of Rome are, the city that was said to not want masters. Fagnani’s narrative is so compelling that it can be compared to a television series on South American narcos, leaving the reader breathless until the last page.

During the event, Francesca Fagnani will talk with the journalist Daniele Autieri, offering the public the opportunity to delve deeper into the topics covered in the book and ask questions directly to the author.

Entrance to the event is free and it will be possible to purchase the book directly during the presentation. At the end of the meeting, Francesca Fagnani will be available for signs copiesoffering readers the opportunity to have a signed copy of his book.

The event was conceived and created by the bookshop Mondadori Bookstore in Frascati in collaboration with the Municipality of Frascaticonfirming the commitment of local institutions to promoting culture and art in the community.

Francesca Fagnani, partner of the journalist Enrico Mentana, was born in Rome on 25 November 1976. She became known to the general public for hosting the program “Belve” and during her career she stood out for her investigative journalism regarding the Italian mafia, organized crime and juvenile prisons, collaborating with various newspapers such as Il Fatto Quotidiano and la Repubblica, and participating in highly successful television programs such as “Annozero”, “Quarta Repubblica” and “Non è l’Arena”.

 
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