Star Stalkers

Star Stalkers

Star Stalkers

A collection of disturbing true stories follows the harrowing experiences of such celebrities as Michael J. Fox, David Letterman, and Teresa Saldana, who have suffered threats and attacks by obsessive and murderous fans. Original.

Stalkers

Stalkers

Stalkers


Celebrity Stalkers

Celebrity Stalkers

Celebrity Stalkers

Did you know that about 10 million Americans and 1 in 10 Canadian women over the age of 15 have been stalked? Did you know that 90 percent of women killed by husbands or boyfriends were stalked? Finally, did you know that stalkers of celebrities will often do anything to get close to their idol, sometimes with fatal consequences? Discover the true stories behind the infamous people who stalk celebrities.

The Stalkers

The Stalkers

The Stalkers

No one captures the glory, adventure and drama of the courageous men and women who tamed the American West like award-winning author Terry Johnston. His Plainsmen series brims with colorful characters, fierce battles and compelling historical lore. Entrenched on a poorly sheltered island, many of Seamus Donegan's crack squad of Army scouts lie dead--and many more are dying. Led by Colonel George Forsyth, fifty seasoned plainsmen had combed the Colorado Territory in search of Cheyenne. Along a fork of the Republican River, these brave men suddenly found themselves outnumbered twenty to one. Now Donegan, his fellow scouts, and his long-lost uncle are trapped--and under attack. As the battle rages, Donegan is stalked by a traitor who seeks revenge for old wrongs. Together the dwindling band awaits a heroic last-minute rescue from the merciless nine-day seige--known today as the Battle of Beecher Island..

Night Stalkers

Night Stalkers

Night Stalkers


Night Stalkers

Night Stalkers

Night Stalkers

The Black Hawk pilots of the 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment are given the perilous task of locating and destroying weapons of mass destruction that have been smuggled into Lebanon's Bekaa Valley by a group of terrorists. Original.

Acts of Violence in the School Setting

Acts of Violence in the School Setting

Acts of Violence in the School Setting

Since the year 2000, there have been approximately 200 school shootings in the United States. Unfortunately, this is not simply a U.S. problem. In 2017, a 15-year-old Canadian male student committed suicide after shooting two other students and a teacher. During that same year, in Brazil, a private school student fatally shot two classmates and injured four. In 2018, a 13-year-old Russian girl opened fire with a gas pistol and injured seven 7th graders. Hence, school violence is a problem of global concern. Acts of School Violence in A School Setting addresses this international problem from a crime and criminal justice perspective. The history of school violence follows the pattern of what most would consider the history of education. According to the U.S. Department of Justice, current research has shown a decline in the rates of school violence over the past three years; however, the few high-profile cases broadcast repeatedly in the media lead the public to other conclusions. All individuals agree that a child attending school should be concerned with the process of learning, not with avoiding victimization and that the school environment should be a safe and secure location for both students and teachers. In addition, and most central to this text, without a safe school environment, students and teachers may be assaulted, injured, or killed. Included in this textbook are definitions related to the types and categories of school violence (including bullying, stalking, and crimes against students that involve the internet), discussions on victims and offenders, and case examples. Also included in this textbook is information on criminal justice system responses to school violence from both a national and international perspective. Finally, this textbook discusses adult perpetrators of school violence and the explanations for such attacks.