Danville Public Library has been using Beanstack for reading programs this year, where patrons can track their reading and share reviews. For the next few weeks, we’ll be highlighting Patron reviews from Beanstack.
This book follows up on a true story that rocked the NY Metro area on the early hours of Mar. 13, 1964 in Kew Gardens, Queens, NY. Issues: bystanders and crime; the victim Kitty Genovese, murdered by Winston Moseley. All this happened in the days before 911. Between 1964-1984, according to a social psychologist, R. Lance Shotland, more articles and books attempted behavior by bystanders in crises. That was more in numbers devoted to the Holocaust over the same twenty years.😊
Review by Roberta A.
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