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ANDREW C.A. JAMPOLER is also the author of the award-winning book Adak as well as Sailors in the Holy Land. After retiring from the U.S. Navy, he became a sales and marketing executive in the international aerospace industry. Now a resident of Loudoun County, VA, he has been writing full time for a decade.
I really liked this book. It really tells the story about how the tried to kill Abraham LincolnPublished 4 months ago by amelia negron
This book is a failure as a history of John Surratt, his flight and trials. There is very little specific information, no depth at all, and no analysis. Read morePublished 17 months ago by bookfan
I haven't read this book yet, but I know it will add a great deal to my study of Mary Surratt, her trial and ordeal, and shed light on what was going on with John while his mother... Read morePublished on April 13, 2013 by Lynn Buonviri
Just one thing missing from this book-John Surratt! The author veers wildly this way and that on every subject of the times except John Surratt. Read morePublished on October 23, 2012 by dennis r miller
I hate this book. It's not at all what I expected. It's not well written, just contains a bunch of facts and is difficult to follow or enjoy. Would not recommend it to anyone. Read morePublished on January 15, 2012 by Vicki
When Jampoler's book was telling the story it set out to tell (and thus telling the story I purchased the book to read) it does a fine job of it. Read morePublished on July 10, 2010 by A. Berke
This is a very well written biography of the subject. Most readers who want to know more about the assassination of Abraham Lincoln already have at least a rudimentary knowledge... Read morePublished on May 27, 2010 by Atheen
President Lincoln was shot 14 April 1865. Secretary of State William Seward was seriously wounded during a separate attempt on his life that night. Read morePublished on April 1, 2009 by Rob Hardy