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Days before Christmas of 64, Olive Lewis was found sprawled on her living room floor, dead from a bullet to the back of her head. Her entire Arkansas town suspected one man of pulling the trigger: Cecil, her husband. But high-ranking officials, including Olives own brother, a powerful attorney with plenty of pull, ruled her death a suicide. Sherry Lewis, twenty-two-year-ol Days before Christmas of 64, Olive Lewis was found sprawled on her living room floor, dead from a bullet to the back of her head. Her entire Arkansas town suspected one man of pulling the trigger: Cecil, her husband. But high-ranking officials, including Olives own brother, a powerful attorney with plenty of pull, ruled her death a suicide. Sherry Lewis, twenty-two-year-old daughter of Olive and Cecil, knew this was no suicide. She embarked on a quest to uncover the truth and prove authorities wrong. Wading through lies, threats, and cover-ups, Sherry painstakingly unraveled the mystery on her unstoppable search that spanned several states, two continents, and twenty-eight years. With the last surprise piece of the puzzle finally in place, Sherry had her answer to the burning question, Is It Still Murder? Based on the authors true-life account, this page-turner is part murder mystery, part analysis of the often tragic consequences of abuse. A must-read for every survivor and a must-have resource for therapists: social workers, psychologists, psychiatrists, and family and school counselors.


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Days before Christmas of 64, Olive Lewis was found sprawled on her living room floor, dead from a bullet to the back of her head. Her entire Arkansas town suspected one man of pulling the trigger: Cecil, her husband. But high-ranking officials, including Olives own brother, a powerful attorney with plenty of pull, ruled her death a suicide. Sherry Lewis, twenty-two-year-ol Days before Christmas of 64, Olive Lewis was found sprawled on her living room floor, dead from a bullet to the back of her head. Her entire Arkansas town suspected one man of pulling the trigger: Cecil, her husband. But high-ranking officials, including Olives own brother, a powerful attorney with plenty of pull, ruled her death a suicide. Sherry Lewis, twenty-two-year-old daughter of Olive and Cecil, knew this was no suicide. She embarked on a quest to uncover the truth and prove authorities wrong. Wading through lies, threats, and cover-ups, Sherry painstakingly unraveled the mystery on her unstoppable search that spanned several states, two continents, and twenty-eight years. With the last surprise piece of the puzzle finally in place, Sherry had her answer to the burning question, Is It Still Murder? Based on the authors true-life account, this page-turner is part murder mystery, part analysis of the often tragic consequences of abuse. A must-read for every survivor and a must-have resource for therapists: social workers, psychologists, psychiatrists, and family and school counselors.

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