Series: Crimes Canada #2
A few of the perspectives discussed are on the controversial side. Not to go into spoiler territory, but some may find theories included here such as comparing the frustration Lepine felt to that of battered women's syndrome to be disconcerting. For me, it was eye-opening and I believe to avoid future tragedies such as these, all theories should be openly discussed. As painful as that is to do. To read about how the massacre later terribly impacted the survivors and the extent of their guilt (both self-imagined and imposed by others) was heart-wrenching.
As with all of RJ Parker's works, this one is well researched. In spite of the shortness of the book, the author does a spectacular job at retelling the events that truly shocked Canada to its core all those years ago and still does.
Amazon US: http://ow.ly/L6FhF
Amazon Canada: http://ow.ly/L6FkQ
Amazon UK: http://ow.ly/L6Ftt