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Book Review

Murder Of Innocence: The Tragic Life And Final Rampage Of Laurie Dann
by Joel Kaplan, George Papajohn, Eric Zorn

Category:  Nonfiction: True Crime

Average Rating:  5.0

Describes the troubled childhood of the woman who fired upon a classroom of eight-year-olds in 1988, her obsessions, her violence toward family and friends, and her final horrendous act of murder.


[2018-09-07 17:02:39]

Rating:  5

This tragic case is thoroughly researched and well presented, including the professional narration by Gary Tiedemann. It reads like a novel, but unfortunately, it's true crime.

NOTE: I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.

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