<img alt="2012-12-05-Pullversion.jpg" src="http://images.huffingtonpost.com/2012-12-05-Pullversion.jpg" width="60" height="90" /style="float: left; margin:10px"> On the morning of June 30, 2009, police in a small eastern Ontario city made a ghastly discovery: four females dead in a car submerged in a shallow canal -- Canada's first mass honour killing. In <em>Without Honour</em>, award-winning journalist Rob Tripp draws on three years of exhaustive research and exclusive interviews to make sense of a senseless crime in a way no other writer could. "The feeling had gnawed at Jake since the catastrophic outcome of his peck on Sahar's cheek in the corridor of St-Ex in the fall of 2007. He had not forgotten the sight of the sad girl standing in the hall, tears trickling down her cheeks, as she explained that her dad got really mad and slapped her."
Investigative Reporter, Author
Rob Tripp is an award-winning investigative reporter who has been covering crime for more than 25 years. He has worked for CBC Radio, the <em>Toronto Star</em>, the <em>National Post</em>, the <em>Montreal Gazette</em>, and the <em>Kingston Whig-Standard</em>, among other papers. A regular commentator on crime and justice issues for national media, Tripp has won a National Newspaper Award and has been nominated five more times -- twice for his coverage of the Shafia case. Formerly a resident of Kingston, he now lives with his family in Calgary. Visit him online at cancrime.com or on Twitter @cancrime.
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