Easy reading and a facinating topic .I found the book engaging from the very start .
I didn't read the foot notes, but based on the quantity within the text, it seems the author thoroughly researched the material.
This is an interesting and quick book about a little-known and fascinating story about a plot to steal Lincoln's corpse.
Read this book is two sittings, a day apart, and found it fascinating, captivating, and at times; unbelievable. That a gang of weirdos would even THINK of ransoming Mr. Read morePublished 18 days ago by Ralph DeMattia
AOK-As ordered....and keep em coming.good stuff
making you type all of these words sucks....fix same...
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I hadn't heard these stories before but find myself thinking about them nearly six months after finishing the book. Great story, great writing. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Good Mom
Although, the background chapters may go further than necessary, this is an enjoyable and informative book, especially for the price that I paid for it.Published 8 months ago by Bluesman
This was an interesting book, of which I never knew the events. It was delivered in a fair amount of time and a book you will not want to put down, REMEMBER This book is based on... Read morePublished 11 months ago by JAMES mell
This adds to the little known Lincoln story. It is back-up knowledge for the Lincoln scholar or just for readers who like Lincoln.
Twin Falls Idaho
An interesting and amazing read! Stealing Lincoln's Body is a great book. You will enjoy having this book as part of your Lincoln collection.Published 13 months ago by Idalia
I certainly do not want to diminish the amount of research that the author put into this book but the amount of information about the actual stealing of the body is only about a... Read morePublished 14 months ago by Cecelia E Connally
Our library book group read and discussed this book. Most in the group had not known of this bizarre incident and enjoyed reading about it and the tangential issues relating to... Read morePublished 14 months ago by L. M. Keefer