No, Pete Townshend: The Kids Aren't Alright 2

No, Pete Townshend: The Kids Aren't Alright 2

No, Pete Townshend: The Kids Aren't Alright 2 holds 22 more true crime murder cases committed by juveniles. The second book in the series comes in three parts. Part One holds four chapters on ages 12-13. These include Evan Savoie and his partner Jake Eakin. Lionel Tate, Nathan Ferris and Nathaniel Brazill round out Part One. There are eight chapters in Part Two on ages 14-15. These include Heather Smith, Tyon Wells, Michael Carneal, Todd Cameron Smith, Luke Mitchell, Paula Cooper, Brenda Wiley and Nick Clatterbuck. Part Three delves into murders committed by 16 and 17 year olds. We have ten cases there including Dylan Schumaker, Scott Dyleski, Luke Woodham, Willie Francis, Mathew Hardman, Vaughan Pollen, Delara Darabi, Tyler Hadley and TJ Lane III. Chapter 22 is the story of three teenage killers acting together - Kristal Maestas, Ronald Bell and Renee Lincks. The book wraps with a bonus chapter from one of our oldies, Free To Kill Again. The chapter fits well because it is about another juvenile - Peter Woodcock in Canada in a vintage case.

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  • Robin Morgan

    Having a Top Contributor Badge for True Crime books, one can easily surmise by seeing it on my Amazon profile that I’ve got an attraction about reading/reviewing books in this genre, which I do. I f...

  • Bettye McKee

    More kids who killedIn the second volume of No, Pete Townshend, you'll find more stories about kids who killed. Nature or nurture? In some cases of adopted children, I have to wonder if nature has ove...

  • Deirdre

    Murderous TeensThe MacDonalds come across again with another fantastic series. I own Volumes #1 and #4 of this series. I've read other books focused on killer kids and this ranks right up there with t...

  • ? Marlene?

    Enjoyed reading. Yes I prefer the stories to big bigger. Sometimes the info is really not much but on the other hand it is nice to take the short time to read a story because you can do this between b...

  • Elisabeth Brookshire

    Another great anthologyThis writing twosome turn out really good true crime anthologies. I like to read short stories interspersed between full length ones. This series and "The Other Side of Hell" se...

  • Summer Leblanc

    No these kids are not alrightWow what some kids are capable of is crazy to think about let alone read their stories. Makes you rethink everything you thought you knew about kids....

  • Jonathan Holland

    Fantastic bookI really enjoyed the book. It was very interesting. Thanks so much. Will recommend to all of my friends and family...