Jeff Kass is the author of <em>Columbine: A True Crime Story, a victim, the killers and the nation's search for answers</em> (Ghost Road Press 2009), the first book of investigative journalism to tell the complete story of that day, the far-reaching consequences, and the common denominators among school shooters across the country.<br />
As a reporter at the <em>Rocky Mountain News</em> for 10 years he covered some of the state's biggest stories and wrote from Cambodia on a Vietnam War MIA, from Cuba on Colorado businesses doing work there, from Texas on the space shuttle Columbia explosion, and from Virginia Tech on the 2007 shootings. He also had one of the most unusual beats in journalism while at the <em>Rocky</em>: Hunter S. Thompson.<br />
Jeff has written Rocky Mountain region stories for <em>Aspen Magazine</em>, The <em>Boston Globe</em>, The <em>Christian Science Monitor, Chicago Tribune</em>, The <em>Dallas Morning News, Los Angeles Times, Newsday</em>, The <em>New York Times</em> and <em>U.S. News & World Report</em>.<br />
Reach him through the contact link on his Web site, <a href="http://jeffkassauthor.com" target="_hplink">jeffkassauthor.com</a>.