Columbine, by Dave Cullen
Denver author Dave Cullen offers what will certainly become essential in understanding the who/when/where (and most importantly, the "why") of the tragedy in Columbine. Cullen also assesses the media's reaction, tracing the origin of several myths and debunking them where appropriate. Columbine is riveting, engaging, sympathetic, well reasoned and thought provoking.
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