Bully: Does Anyone Deserve to Die?

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Harper Collins, Feb 1, 1998 - True Crime - 320 pages
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Bobby Kent was a bully--a steroid-pumped 20-year-old who dominated his peers in their comfortable, middle-class Ft. Lauderdale beach community through psychological, physical and sexual abuse. But on a summer night in 1993, Bobby was lured to the edge of the Florida everglades with a promise of sex and drugs. . .and was never seen alive again. The tormentor had become the victim in a bizarre and brutal act of vengeance carried out with ruthless efficiency and cold-blooded premeditation by seven of his high school acquaintances--including his lifelong best friend--and instigated by one overweight, underloved teenager who believed her life would be perfect. . .if only Bobby Kent were dead.

BULLY is a riveting story of adolescent rage and bloody revenge--all the more harrowing and horrific because it s true.

 

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User Review  - sntorrejon - LibraryThing

This is a true story of a high school murder. It focuses on the bully, his girl friend and Marty. This is kind of a love triangle. It is sad but true story that really happened in a high school. Overall an interesting book Read full review

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User Review  - vivalakayla - LibraryThing

I didn't really like how the author acted like he knew exactly what was going on. He obviously never spoke with any of the people who were apart of the crime, I think he just went on what he heard. Either way, it's a good read. Read full review

Contents

Section 1
1
Section 2
29
Section 3
52
Section 4
63
Section 5
90
Section 6
119
Section 7
157
Section 8
186
Section 9
218
Section 10
252
Section 11
289
Section 12
305
Section 13
309
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About the author (1998)

Jim Schutze has been nominated for two Edgar awards. He is the author of By Two and Two and Preacher's Girl. The Dallas bureau chief of of the Houston Chronicle, he has been an investigative reporter for the Detroit Free Press and the Dallas Times Herald. He now lives in Dallas with his wife and son.

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