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I think Steve was able to think outside the box and not just listen to the history that was spooned out. Sometimes it takes someone to think outside to see that maybe things are not what they seam on the inside.
What I find from a great book is something that makes you think for yourself and this book did just that.
On this particular subject I delved into to so much more than expected from the title. From banking to slavery trade, from North working with the South. Was Surratt just a scapegoat? Were there double crossings at amazing levels...
Things to be expected at the time, but the level of treachery!!
This to me is an informative insight into a situation that may have been over looked by most. Anyone who reads this will want to know more about the characters involved!
Again to me that is where a book should leave you... wanting more.
This is not the regurgitated story we have heard from history books, school teachers and not what we have been told from Hollywood, but more about what really happened.
Thanks to the author for presenting this information in such a way to build and learn upon!