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Lawyer in life, writer by passion

I tell adventures that weave together mystery, folklore, history and magic, set in the place where I spent the happiest period of my childhood, Monte Amiata, a land of ancient charm, which my characters love as much as I do.

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The last priest

A ring, a stick and a seal are the three symbols of the Messiah of Amiata, David Lazzaretti, founder of Jurisdavidism and utopian socialist whose death is still shrouded in mystery.

The lawyer Anna Donati does not imagine it, but her destiny is about to intertwine with that of the new Messiah: she is engaged as a defender in the investigation into the murder of the last jurisdavidic priest.

Adventures at the limits of the incredible and many enigmas to solve will lead the protagonist among the suggestive landscapes of the Amiata, the Enchanted Mountain. Here, through the discovery of new details about the life and death of Lazzaretti, he will learn to know himself better. Past and present, reality and fantasy intertwine in this magical, spiritual and esoteric place where time seems to have stopped.


The night of madness

La notte della follia

A good dose of mercury with a handful of philosopher’s stone immersed in a bath of madness: these are the elements of the alchemical formula to live an unforgettable night, the only night in which science joins the occult in the search for the divine.

It is the 31st of October 2018: the lawyer Anna Donati, directly involved in the strange events that hit her beloved Mount Amiata, collaborates with the commissioner Conti in the search for the clues necessary to solve mysterious crimes. It will be the setting of real affections and small daily gestures that will help the young woman in her investigations, thus revealing the true essence of the divine.




From our blog

Thanks to Mrs Donna Brown

A special and heartfelt thanks to Donna Brown, editor of the Esoteric Quarterly, an international online journal based in WashingtonDC, for the interest shown in my novel “The Last Priest” and the figure of David Lazzaretti These are her words: “The images were also intriguing, especially the cross and two C’s, which  would seem to relate to his ideas about the millennium and the […]

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