Columbine book reviewApril 11, 2009 at 11:22 AM | Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment
Tags: columbine, Columbine: A True Crime Story, Denver Post, Vince Carroll
I’m going to start near the end of a recent review mentioning my book:
“For a more restrained, if less glittering, take on the murders, pick up Jeff Kass’ “Columbine: A True Crime Story.” Although I could have done without its forays into the sociology of suburbia and the West, and wished Kass had compressed his extensive treatment of Isaiah Schoels’ family and their publicity hound spokesman, the book is mostly a no-nonsense look at the crime, its background and Jeffco’s coverup.”
The review is in today’s (Saturday) Denver Post, written by columnist Vince Carroll. I used to work with Carroll at the Rocky, but as he points out in the column “we barely knew each other.”
There is more to the review on my book. But I am giving you the end of the column because the first part points out some shortcomings in another Columbine book. You can read up on it for yourself, and decide for yourself. But now you’ve got some facts.