This work delivers the in-depth story of the shocking 1987 double homocide of Biloxi mayoral candidate, Margaret Sherry, and her husband, a judge and prominent lawyer. From the moment Sherry's daughter Lynn, arrived at the bloody crime scene, she doubted whether the Biloxi police could ever uncover the truth. Valuable pieces of evidence were ignored. Other leads were not pursued. When the police went so far as to implicate Sherry's adopted son in the killings, Lynn Sposito could tolerate no more. Propelled by outrage, and aided by the best private investigator she could find, she uncovered secret connections to a dangerous tight-knit circle known as the Dixie Mafia, a clan of southern criminals who keep the neon lights of Biloxi's illegal gambling casinos and strip joints brightly lit - a pack so well-connected they almost got away with murder.
Biographies-Memoirs, True-Crime, Murder-Mayhem,