We all know there are about a dozen different books about Columbine, the shooters themselves, victims etc.
I've been looking into reading some of these books, including Sue Klebold's book, especially because many people seem to have mixed feelings about it.
While looking around, I was wondering if there might be any books about Sandy Hook?
Google told me yes, there are a few, aside from physical copies of the final report etc:
Newtown: An American Tragedy, by Matthew Lysiak
Sandy Hook Massacre: When Seconds Count - Police are minutes away, by Doug Giles
(I really like this title. I'm easily impressed as you can see.)
An Unseen Angel: A Mother's Story of Faith, Hope, and Healing After Sandy Hook, by Alissa Parker
People who have read these books, what do you think? Are they worth it?
There are definitely others out there that I have missed. Feel free to refer to those if you know one. I'm not really interested in books by 'Truthers' trying to prove it's a hoax, and the one fictional book closely based on the events of SH. Unless one of them is really good, as in 11/10. Then feel free to recommend it.
Thank you in advance, and sorry for the inconvenience.