Her Murder was Brutal and Savage, and the Nicaraguan People want Someone to Pay! In 2005, Eric Volz moved to Nicaragua to pursue his dreams. By 2006, he was living the worst nightmare of his life. Twenty-five year old Eric Volz moved to Nicaragua in 2005 in pursuit of paradise. Drawn by its pristine beaches, scenic mountains, lush rainforests, and economic potential, he quickly fell in love with the country. And when his start-up publication, EP Magazine, found success on an international level, Eric's life was taking off like a dream. Then, on November 21, 2006, Eric's ex-girlfriend, beautiful Nicaraguan Doris Ivania Jimenez, was found brutally murdered inside her clothing boutique in the Pacific coastal town of San Juan del Sur. The day he helped lay Doris to rest, Eric was arrested for her murder. His paradise quickly became his prison. Haunting and powerful, this is The Eric Volz Story.
|Publisher:||Morgan James Publishing|
|Product dimensions:||5.90(w) x 8.90(h) x 0.90(d)|
About the Author
Michael Glasgow is a native of Nashville. He has a BA degree from Vanderbilt University and a JD degree from the University of Tennessee. He was coauthor of an Unfinished Canvas, published in 2007. He resides in the South, and is currently working on his next book.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Michael Glasgow's The Bridge: Murder, Intrigue, and a Struggle for Justice in Nicaragua is a fascinating true-crime book. It tells the story of a young, idealistic American¿s adventures in Nicaragua. Eric Volz initially made a name for himself among the locals as an entrepreneur but ultimately was arrested for the murder of his Nicaraguan ex-girlfriend. Although a great deal of evidence suggested Eric was far away from the scene at the time of the murder, the quest for justice was difficult, at best. The author does an outstanding job combining the long-ago historical perspective with recent events. The pacing of the book is excellent, and the plot demonstrates well the often-exasperating and ever-changing speed of conflict resolution in Central America. The tale itself is a very interesting murder mystery, and it is made even more so by the way in which Glasgow tells the story.