Watching People Burn, Julian Darius’s original historical screenplay, is now available on Kindle for 99 cents — and free to borrow and read for Amazon Prime members.
The deadliest school massacre in U.S. history, its victims in grade school. A terrorist attack on U.S. soil. Three separate, coordinated bombings, culminating in a suicide car bomb that killed a public official and sent shrapnel into the crowd.
This isn’t fantasy. It all really happened… in rural Michigan, in 1927.
Based on a true story, Watching People Burn dissects the real-life Bath school disaster. It explores the attacks’ mysterious perpetrator, including the haunting final message he left for the police and the traumatic childhood that may have spurred his crimes. But the story also explores the myriad ways the attacks affected its victims, transformed a town, and reflected a moment of transition in American history.
In addition, if you’d like a print copy of Watching People Burn, you can enter our contest on Goodreads.
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