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Lincoln's Assassin : The Unsolicited Confessions of John Wilkes Booth.

Author: J F Pennington
Publisher: New York : Skyhorse Publishing, 2015.
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A riveting, fictionalized confessional of John Wilkes Booth that evokes a world of conspiracy, political duplicity, and theatricality.In 1890, actor John Wilkes Booth—long presumed dead—emerged from twenty-five years of anonymity in his wilderness refuge to expose those truly responsible for the Lincoln assassination and its ensuing cover-up, to unite with the children he had never known and recover what  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Fiction
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Pennington, J F
Lincoln's Assassin : The Unsolicited Confessions of John Wilkes Booth
New York : Skyhorse Publishing,c2015
Named Person: John Wilkes Booth; Abraham Lincoln; John Wilkes Booth; Abraham Lincoln
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: J F Pennington
ISBN: 9781632208781 1632208784
OCLC Number: 908520092
Notes: Description based upon print version of record.
Description: 1 online resource (388 p.)
Contents: Cover; Title Page; Copyright; Dedication; Introduction; Contents; Prologue: The Dream; ACT I An End to Exile; Scene I; Scene II; Scene III; Scene IV; Scene V; Entr'Acte: The Day; ACT II The Journey Home; Scene I; Scene II; Scene III; Scene IV; Scene V; Intermezzo: The Deed; ACT III The Mark of the Man; Scene I; Scene II; Scene III; Scene IV; Scene V; Entr'Acte: The Diary; ACT IV Contrition; Scene I; Scene II; Scene III; Scene IV; Scene V; Epilogue: The Dawn; Curtain

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A riveting, fictionalized confessional of John Wilkes Booth that evokes a world of conspiracy, political duplicity, and theatricality.In 1890, actor John Wilkes Booth—long presumed dead—emerged from twenty-five years of anonymity in his wilderness refuge to expose those truly responsible for the Lincoln assassination and its ensuing cover-up, to unite with the children he had never known and recover what he might of his sense of purpose and dignity.After shooting President Abraham Lincoln, Booth fled into the night, and government reports claimed he was killed twelve days later. But the man wh.

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