Picture Tour of Finding Angelo
Pictures which served as inspiration to the novel.
Could be Sofia and Nicholas’s home and vineyard in the Paso Robles area in California
Wine cellar of the Segantino family. In reality it is the cellar of the Caparone Winery in Paso Robles (excellent wine!)
Hwy 46 between Paso Robles and Cambria in the Central Coast area of California
New York City where Sofia and Nicholas spend a few vacation days and visit their somewhat mysterious and infamous relatives.
Sofia and Nicholas take the ferry to Staten Island where the Segantino relatives live (uncles and cousins)
Verrazano Bridge as seen from Rosebank on Staten Island where the New York relatives of the Segantino family live.
Could be the house of the Segantino family on Staten Island (photo courtesy of Jim Henderson, Pixabay).
While Nicholas flies back to California, Sofia visits her vineyard and her sister in Vignaverde, Tuscany. It’s the first time she is in Tuscany in spring. Red poppies, blue cornflowers and vines as far as the eye can see.
The search for her missing great-uncle Angelo, who could be a murderer or a victim, brings Sofia to the Piedmont region in Italy (photo courtesy of Pixabay).
On her journey through the Piedmont, Sofia discovers stunningly beautiful landscapes.
Castello di Pavone, where Sofia and her friend, Tina, went for dinner. It’s an old castle dating back to the Middle Ages, now in private hands. The family who owns it did an excellent job renovating it, leaving most of the old parts intact. It’s now a restaurant and hotel.
Abbey Novalesca – a monastery in the Piedmont where Angelo might be hiding. (Photo by Franco56)
This is the cabin where Angelo could be hiding out, up in the mountains of the Piedmont. Will Sofia be able to find him and what happens if she should find him? Is he a killer or a victim? (photo courtesy of Pixabay)
Sunset in the Piedmont, Italy.
I hope you enjoyed the pictures. If you want to read the story, you can find it here: http://my.Book.to/FindingAngelo