Murder at the Office: A Survivor's True Story
New Horizon Press Publishers, Incorporated, 2006 - Biography & Autobiography - 266 pages
As day-trading became an American phenomenon, Mark Barton joined Brent Doonan's company, All-Tech. He first showed a lot of enthusiasm and potential, but soon all he amassed was a huge debt. He left All-Tech and opened a new secret account at another day-trading firm but was soon in over-his-head there as well, owing over six figures. He disappeared, seemingly for good, until he returned with an inexplicable rage and a shot-gun to back it up--killing nine and wounding a dozen, including Doonan. Both a personal catharsis and a quest for the truth, Brent Doonan tells the story of his horrifying attack and his arduous recovery.
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Review: Murder at the Office: A Survivor's True StoryUser Review - Sandy - Goodreads
Writen by Brent C. Doonan, a prime victim of the mass shooting. Well written. Great philosophy. This book takes you through the shooting, the healing and finally the emotional triumphs of Brent. Encouraging for those who need to carry on. Read full review