Mass: A Sniper, a Father, and a Priest
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Is there any connection between religion and mass murder? Scott-Coe analyzes the example of the then-most deadly televised American rampage--the Whitman case in 1966. She extrapolates the essential elements that help us understand current tragic events with the insight of an investigative reporter and the skill of a novelist.
--A.W.Richard Sipe, author of Sex, Priests and Power: the Anatomy of a Crisis