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Published: Bloomsbury Publishing PLC - April 14th, 2015
Richard Goldstein was a pioneer and chronicler of my favorite era, the '60s; he was the first rock critic to write a regular column (in the Village Voice) on the musicians and music of the times. Embedded in the heart of the culture he wrote about the connections between the music and political unrest in one of the most pivotal times in history. He was there, he lived it and wrote passionately about it. ~ Review by Liz Barnum
The author recalls the terrible event that has shadowed her entire life like a vengeful spirit. One morning in April of 2009, Ms. Butcher awoke to the news that her closest acquaintance at Gettysburg College had savagely stabbed his girlfriend the previous night. The murder shattered the comfortable perception the young woman once held about people, places, and the bond of friendship. She embarked upon a personal crusade to find the answer to what may be an unanswerable question: Why did he do it? ~ Reviewed by Alden Graves