Author, photographer, filmmaker, riverboat gambler, typer of biographies, J. Richard Singleton has established himself as one of the great thinkers of his but none other's time. He was a dual major in college, political science and English, where he wrote for his college newspaper. In high school, he wrote a little screenplay (okay, it's 134 pages), "Thugs," which was recently declared a finalist in both the WriteMovies.com screenwriting contest and the American Accolades screenwriting contest. When he isn't writing screenplays, novels and essays, he enjoys drinking whiskey and shooting at stray dogs that come onto his property.
A Tale of Three Gunmenby J. Richard Singleton
In 2009, two radically different books addressing these mass-killings were released, David Cullen's Columbine and Lucinda Roy's No Right to
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On a late April day in 1999, Eric Harris and Dylan Kleiborn walked into Columbine High School and killed 12 of their classmates. On a late April day in 2007, college student Seung-Hui Cho killed 32 of his classmates.
In 2009, two radically different books addressing these mass-killings were released, David Cullen's Columbine and Lucinda Roy's No Right to Remain Silent.
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4 pages long what a friggin ripoff....here I thought I was getting an actual book for christ sake. You should be ashamed of youselves.my first book purchase after just buying a nook and that's what I get...I will never buy another book from barnes and noble., YOU POS!!
This is an essay, not a full-size book, but I feel the reader will find what they want. It's mostly a book review, and the author offers some new insights into why these mass murders happen, including acknowledging the things that we do not now. Read it, if you don't like it, you just lost pocketchange. These questions should be asked.
What a ripoff!!! I know it's only $.99, but this "book" is a whopping 4 PAGES LONG! Got one star because zero stars wasn't an option.