Monica Spears was a highly visible figure in Venezueal as a telenovela star and ex-Miss Venezuela who died as a result of an alleged robbery.
The events have been well-chronicled as many have attributed the killing of her and her ex-husband, Thomas Berry to a robbery after the vehicle that they were driving broke down.
However, there seems to be some unanswered questions about the events that took place and two Venezuelan journalists, Isoliett Maria Iglesias and Miranda Deivis Ramirez have published a book, "Final Chapter: The Murder of Monica Spear" that will be released in mid-September.
The news of the books ensures that renewed attention will be put onto the issue of violence in Venezuela. In addition, some social media entertainment observers are speculating that a movie based on the book could be the next step in putting pressure on the government of Venezuela to find her killers and bring them to justice while addressing the issue of crime in Venezuela.
For some fans and social media entertainment observers the events that led to the death of Monica Spear do not sound like a 'robbery' because some people cannot imagine a native of Venezuela being so 'brazen' as to fight a robbery rather than give them money.
Monica Spear's death is about to be scrutinized as result of the book "Final Chapter: The Murder of Monica Spear" and there are rumours starting to swirl that if it also becomes a movie the lead role about her life could become one of the most 'desired' acting roles available in the Latino film industry and it could bring about social outcry against crime in Venezuela similar to that which occurred as a result of the "Veronica Guerin" story in Ireland.