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On March 8, Stacey Lannert, a St. Louis woman, published a memoir called Redemption. In the book, Lannert tells how her father sexually abused her for 10 years before she shot and killed him.
The book was published on International Women’s Day to honor her journey.
Lannert was sentenced to life in prison without parole in December 1992. However, in January 2009, Governor Matt Blunt commuted her sentence. Now she runs healingsisters.org, an online community and resource for sexual abuse victims.
The book, which is available at Barnes & Noble, was co-written by Kristen Kemp, the editor of Healing Sisters.
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