Elizabeth Crook

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Once the reader gets past the unlikely notion that a young man in 1868 would write a 269-page letter to a four-year-old boy called Small Tot, there is a good story in The Madstone.

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“Elizabeth Crook vividly paints the terror, panic, and confusion as well as the bloody results of real-life shooter Charles Whitman’s horrendous actions.”