Was rock legend Jerry Lee Lewis’ fourth wife murdered, and did her husband, a man nicknamed "the Killer," do it? A literary whodunnit by one of the greats of artful and hard-hitting narrative journalism.

With an introduction by series editor Alex Belth and a tribute by series publisher Mike Sager, a Cramer acolyte.

About The Stacks Reader Series

The Stacks Reader Series highlights classic literary non-fiction and short fiction by great journalists that would otherwise be lost to history—a living archive of memorable storytelling by notable authors. Brought to you by The Sager Group with support from NeoText

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Richard Ben Cramer was an American journalist, author, and screenwriter. He was awarded a Pulitzer Prize for International Reporting in 1979 for his coverage of the Middle East. His work as a political reporter culminated in What It Takes: The Way to the White House, an account of the1988 presidential election that is considered one of the seminal journalistic studies of presidential electoral politics. His next book, Joe DiMaggio: The Hero's Life, was a New York Times bestseller in 2000.