- Articles by Kathryn (Tropp) Barbour, author and publisher
- Take a Picture of This, a review essay by Craig Foreman (2015)
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Kahalas, Laurie Efrein. Snake Dance: Unravelling the Mysteries of Jonestown. New York: Red Robin Press, 1998.
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_____. The Jonestown Letters: Correspondence of the Moore Family 1970-1985. Lewiston, N.Y.: The Edwin Mellen Press, 1986.
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Wright, Lawrence. “The Sons of Jim Jones.” The New Yorker 69, no. 39 (22 Nov 1993): 66-89.
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