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Predicate: The Dunblane Massacre - Ten Years After Paperback – 5 Mar 2006

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Product details

  • Paperback: 192 pages
  • Publisher: Creation Books (5 Mar. 2006)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1840681365
  • ISBN-13: 978-1840681369
  • Product Dimensions: 25.1 x 18.8 x 1.2 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 2.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 3,272,229 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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A new examination of Thomas Hamilton and the Dunblane massacre The Dunblane Massacre in Scotland, March 1996, remains the most abhorred act of mass murder ever perpetrated in the British Isles. Thomas Hamilton, a 43-year-old former scout leader, entered Dunblane Primary School armed with 4 handguns and shot dead 16 schoolchildren and 1 teacher before turning his weapons on himself. Ten years on, controversial author Peter Sotos re-examines Dunblane, dissecting Thomas Hamilton's motives and life and revealing the gay sub-culture of clandestine paedophilia which spawned this most reviled of all killers. Sotos covers such subjects as Operation Ore, the Wonderland arrests, Russian orphanages, Megan's law and non-nude Teen websites to illustrate how art and reality blur into the banality of pornography and murder. Large format, with over 30 pages of illustrations.; Released on the 10th anniversary of the Dunblane Massacre; A controversial new book by Peter Sotos, one of the most discussed cult writers of today; Includes over 30 pages of illustrations; A large format presentation.; National press coverage, full online promotion


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If you're considering buying this book then, unlike the reviewer below, you probably have a pretty good idea of what you're buying. If you're familiar with Sotos' work, none of the content here will come as a surprise; personally, I don't think it has the weight of some of his other books - Selfish, Little etc., but still includes some classic pieces of amazing Sotos prose. If it's possible for his work to be in any way 'self-reflective', then Predicate does come across as that at times. If you're already a Sotos fan, you don't need to be told by me to buy it - worth your cash!
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I bought this book thinking it would shed more light on the Dunblane massacre, in paricular the many police failings and the subsequant cover up. In fact there is relatively little about Dunblane. It is a review of child pornography world wide with a lot of really disgusting details. Don't buy it.
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I was interested in an insight into the Dunblane Massacre. this book says very little about it. I only read a litle bit but it just rambling rubbish, obsessed with filth, with very litle insight. I would never want to be familiar with this author... don't buy this book.
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