Killing of Tupac Shakur, The—2nd Edition
by Cathy Scott

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     On September 6, 1996, rapper Tupac Shakur was gunned down in a drive-by shooting a few blocks from the fabled Las Vegas Strip. The Killing of Tupac Shakur digs deep into the events leading up to, and following, the headline-grabbing murder. 
     This in-depth chronicle focuses on Tupac’s double life as an entertainment superstar and a convict, spotlighting his meteoric rise to the top of the world of hip-hop in the context of the dangerous economics of renegade record labels. It examines all the possible motives for Tupac’s murder—the gang connection, the rap wars, the high-level conspiracies—and reveals the failed police investigation of the crime, which remains unsolved. Now in it's Second Edition, having been fully revised and expanded.

Reviews/Media Mentions:

Las Vegas Sun, George, North County Times, National Examiner, Vibe, Sun Herald, St. Louis Post-Dispatch, The TCC Connection, Publishers Weekly, MTV, BET, CBS, NBC, ABC, Fox, TNN’s “Conspiracy Zone”, Las Vegas Sentinel Voice, Las Vegas CityLife, North County Times

“Packed with little known facts.”
   —St. Louis Dispatch

“A must have for fans.”
   —The TCC Connection

“The book reveals a subculture filled with money, power, violence, loyalty, and treachery.”
   —North County Times

The Killing of Tupac Shakur 2nd Edition