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Pretty Little Killers: The Truth Behind the Savage Murder of Skylar Neese Paperback – July 8, 2014
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Geoffrey C. Fuller has made a living as a freelance writer-editor for 20 years, working with both fiction and nonfiction. He has edited literary and trade journals, as well as more than 75 books. Two titles he edited, The Devil’s Son: Cap Hatfield and the End of the Hatfield and McCoy Feud and Monongah: The Tragic Story of the 1907 Monongah Mine Disaster, the Worst Industrial Accident in US History, were nominated by the Independent Book Publisher Association for Benjamin Franklin Awards. Monongah placed third nationally in 2008. His writing has appeared in newspapers and on radio, in literary and commercial magazines, and in anthologies, textbooks, and gift books. Fuller is the only writer to have been awarded prestigious West Virginia literary fellowships in all three categories: fiction, nonfiction, and memoir. In 2012, his crime fiction piece, Figure-Ground,” placed first in Writer’s Digest’s national contest. His novel, Full Bone Moon, was published in 2011 by Woodland Press.
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I do think the book jumps around in the timeline a bit too much, making it sometimes difficult to follow. As one who does not use Twitter or social media at all they rather lose me in those exchanges.
Riveting story. The fact that these kids committed this crime and then spoke of it brazenly on both social media and at school all the while pretending to Skylar's parents that they were sad, shocked,etc makes me furious for the Neese family. Sheila laid in Skylars bed crying, saying how she missed her so much? SICK. After following this case all along, reading all I could and then moving on like we all do while the world stands still for this child's family, I often think of the Neese's and sweet Skylar. Still shaking my head at this senseless crime.
I like read I g about true crime. This book was well written without getting deep into legal mumbo jumbo. It tells the story of three teenage girls that fall into discord and one ends up dead, murdered by her friends.
In today's world, almost everyone is into social media and these girl's are no different. The authors delve into various social media sites to help tell the story. That makes an interesting spin; something we don't always get in other accounts. I suppose we'll see more of that from now on. Interesting.