Very interesting premise that was well written and researched.
It did require a lot of concentration mainly because the language style is different, but every time I started to read a chapter, I got caught up in the storyline.
I have always been fascinated with anything to do with Lincoln, and this is a unique story about who might have been involved in his assassination, and why.
Loved this book, It's a history lesson and a great detective story with a unique presentation. Even as fiction it will make you stop and ponder what you think you know about the... Read morePublished 2 days ago by Bruce Bay
Nice story with a twist at the end...but the book is way too long and there are way too many tangents you have to transverse to get to the end. Read morePublished 4 days ago by Amazon Customer
A bit tedious at times but suspenseful enough to keep the reader engaged. I would recommend this book for sure.Published 7 days ago by tom amorello
. I first read this book in 1978, and thought it well written, interesting, and very clever. Although fiction, it is based on detailed use of government records and forgotten... Read morePublished 11 days ago by HMS
One of the most exquisitely written historical novels ever. It's difficult to imagine the amount of time and effort O'Toole put into the research for this novel, let alone the... Read morePublished 22 days ago by Tom Wescott
I struggled with this book. It started off slowly. It did pick up the pace in a few places. The storyline Cosgrove follows is beyond belief a time or two. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Pamela Beckford
The premise of the book is very interesting. It is written in the style and voice of someone living in the late 1800's, which is off-putting at times, but makes sense. Enjoyed it.Published 1 month ago by Nancy J. Lacroix
Very interesting premise that was well written and researched. "Balloon ride" section is a bit of a stretch but still a very good read.Published 1 month ago by P38L Lightning