Child's Prey - Jon Bellini Reviews
Description:ISBN 0786011661 / Author: Jon Bellini / Genre: Crime / Thriller / A shocking true account details sixteen-year-old Luke Woodham, who walked into his Pearl, Mississippi high school and killed two teenage girls, injured seven other students, and also brutally murdered his ... more
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