A Rip in Heaven: A Memoir of Murder And Its Aftermath by Jeanine Cummins
A Rip in Heaven is a right to life story written by Jeanine Cummins based on the event that happened to her family. This story is about the struggle of the Cummins’ family in dealing with life after surviving a tragic crime and its aftermath as well. Cummins’ brother and two female cousins were attacked on April 4, 1991. Her two cousins have been raped, and after that, they have been pushed off of the bridge. Cummins’ brother named Tom was the only survivor and was also allegedly targeted as the first suspect. This book reveals the unforgettable story of what victims go through after a traumatic event and how they feel after.
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• Thought-provoking questions made for deeper examinations
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