Elisabetta Bucciarelli lives and works in Milan, Italy. Her published works include Dritto al Cuore, L'Etica del Parcheggio Abusivo, Corpi di Scarto, Ti Voglio Credere, Io Ti Perdono, Femmina de Luxe, Dalla Parte del Torto and Happy Hour. Her short stories have appeared in anthologies published by Mondadori, Piemme, Guanda and Feltrinelli Editore. Her essays include Io Sono Quello Che Scrivo (I am What I Wrote) and she also wrote screenplays such as AMATI MATTI, which received a special mention at the the 53rd Cinema Biennial in Venice. In 2011 her book Ti Voglio Credere won the Scerbanenco Award for the best Italian crime novel of the year. Her works have been translated in German, Spanish and France.