Date Published: May 20, 2014
Unidentified Person in Italy explores the story of a American woman, Leslie Lotton, in her search for a new life. While attending a summer school program in Florence, Italy, she becomes embroiled in the darkness of drug dealing, multiple murders, and a tragedy that occurred years ago.
The student accommodations, as well as the program’s classes, are in a beautiful villa once owned by a royal family. Upon arrival, she meets a student close to her age, and they decide to room together. Unbeknownst to Leslie this woman is part of a drug ring and entices Leslie to work with her. Does she?
As an older student, alienated by the program participants, Leslie explore Florence on her own. After receiving news of a devastating event that occurred in the villa, she becomes distraught and finds herself in the grip of a kidnapper who has been stalking her. She uses the self-preservation skills she learned from her dysfunctional family.
Upon her return to the United States, she writes a book about her experiences. That book leads the Italian police to contact her for assistance in identifying a man they suspect is the serial killer whom they’ve been investigating for ten years. She returns to Italy and is nicknamed the “Police Angel” for her works in several of their cases.
The prequel to Disillusioned
Villa di Angelina where Leslie
sweats it out in the tower.
A peep view of the Duomo where
bus number seven stops in Florence.
The Baptistery Doors where Leslie first comprehends how much the news of the royal family, the owners of villa, has made her sick.
The Uffizi court where the class meets to go through the art gallery of the most famous painting of the Renaissance.
Piazza del Signora where the class meets and must select a subject to write about.
The small villa Leslie and her publisher stay during the Florence police questioning.
Ponte Vecchio (old bridge), where Leslie tries to draw a picture of the bridge as her staller stands behind her.
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