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Case files include: Columbine and Virginia Tech

When kids suffer abuse at home from parents and siblings, they often then go to school and suffer bullying from peers and an endless series of dictates from teachers. They begin to feel trapped as they can't avoid abuse no matter where they are. In addition, when they see that the authority at home is part of the problem, and authority at school is either unconcerned or useless at helping them, they gradually realize that authority is fundamentally two-faced as it is not based on kind guidance as officially stated, but instead is based on controlling and exploiting the less powerful.

No Killing In The Hallways, depicts some of the worse school shootings in history, including:

Virginia Tech
Columbine
The University of Texas Sniper
The Ecole Polytechnique Massacre
Red Lake High School Shootings
The Beslan School Hostage Crisis plus more.

"This book is very emotional and brilliantly written! The Author brings the crimes alive in detail and in a tearful read of the reality of everyday bullying! Once you start reading this book of horrors yet sadening, not only for the victims but the killers themselves, you wont want to put it down! 5 stars to the Author RJ Parker for having the words and courage he brings to the pages!" - Kim Reese

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    Good book

    Very factual thanks

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    Short but good for free

    Quite short but for free it was good

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    Scary stuff!

    It's hard for me to imagine my children being in a school and someone walks into the classroom and opens fire. I shudder to think about the horror these parents, friends, teachers and other loved ones suffered because someone is fighting an inner war no one will understand but them; leaving lives lost forever. This book was hard to put down. Excellent job RJ.

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    Lost my interest towards the end.

    THE book was ok, but I wished it delved more into the psyche of the killers. I found there were a lot of statistics, but it lacked insight into the killers behavior.

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    Great read

    Got this when it was free a while ago. Really enjoyed it. It is short but still full of facts. A must for all true crime readers.

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