Columbine: A True Crime Story : a Victim, the Killers, and the Nation's Search for Answers

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Ghost Road Press, 2009 - History - 322 pages
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"Ten years after Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold killed twelve classmates and a teacher, Columbine remains the world's most iconic school shooting. Columbine: A True Crime Story is the first book of investigative journalism to tell the complete story of that day, the far-reaching consequences, and the common denominators among school shooters across the country." "Jeff Kass was one of the first reporters on scene and has continued to cover the story as a staff writer for Denver's Rocky Mountain News. He has broken national stories on the shootings such as leaked crime scene photos and a killer's sealed diversion files. The result of ten years of research and exclusive information, the book reaches into fundamental American themes of violence, racism, parenting and policing. Concluding with the tale of the tattered police investigation and how one of the most controversial victims' families faces down a modern American tragedy as the cameras roll, Columbine, A True Crime Story is a --

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User Review  - lynnm - LibraryThing

A decent book about the Columbine tragedy. Not as well written as Dave Cullen's Columbine. There are several passages about "secondary characters" that went on for too long and did not add to my ... Read full review

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User Review  - sntorrejon - LibraryThing

This book is about a true cold hearted masacre. It was well written and very interesting to the reader. It made the important point that all school shooters have the same characteristics. Overall it was a good book. Read full review

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