Widow's Webby Gene Lyons
They called Mary Lee Orsini Little Rock's Lady Macbeth. Her beauty and cunning proved fatal for her husband (shot dead in his bed) and nearly as destructive to almost everyone else who crossed her path: the defense lawyer whose wife she was convicted of murdering, the prosecutor whose career she destroyed, the sheriff she manipulated to the wrong side of the law, and the reporters she twisted around her poisonous little finger.
Here's the whole deadly web of lies, murder, and sexual blackmail that ensnared the media, men of power, and finally, the entire state of Arkansas in its greatest criminal drama of this century.
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This is a well written book and I would recommend it to the casual reader of history.