Nadia Fezzani studied law and is a graduate in journalism. An experienced interviewer and columnist in various fields, she has been interviewing professional athletes, musicians, secret agents, bounty hunters, and serial killers for over fifteen years. She lectures on psychology and criminology at various colleges, universities, and organizations.
Real Life Super Heroes
An in-depth look at the men and women who call themselves â€śreal life super heroes.â€ť
Dressed like heroes from comic books and action movies, real life super heroes are out there. They dress up at night, fight crime, save people, and some of them even have secret identities. Are they ordinary, mild-mannered citizens â€¦ or are they larger-than-life characters, determined to fight crime, risking life and limb to defend victims of violence and injustice? And why do some choose to reveal their true identities, while others prefer to remain anonymous?
Guided by a reporterâ€™s instincts and a thrill-seeking nature, journalist Nadia Fezzani set out in search of the secret lives of these men and women, who put themselves in harmâ€™s way to protect their fellow human beings. Through interviews and patrols with these super heroes, she discovers what lies behind their activities. Now, after facing gunmen and other dangers on patrol, she brings a psychologically fascinating look at this world of vigilantes.