BOOK Worm: “With Malice Toward One” by Mike Person… The Other Side of President Lincoln’s Assassination in Easy-to-Read Graphic Comics-style & Text

This graphic comics-style novel is about the untold story of President Abraham Lincoln’s assassination by John Wilkes Booth and his accomplices. The conspiracy plan started with a kidnap attempt, but evolved into a full-fledged murder of one of the most famous Presidents of the United States. Since the setting was during the Civil War era and narrated with older children in mind as readers, the book still stands as a good reference for political and social insights into the history of the era for adults. It’s an easy-read, especially for people who do not like long detailed texts in small boring fonts.

I would have loved this on my Kindle (with adjusted graphics) but unfortunately, it is only available as a 94-page paperback.

Amz.IMG.amazon-logo-black-squareDisclaimer:  I had purchased & read this book. This voluntary & unsolicited book review is intended to share personal insights on facts & actual experiences on its use in order to aid fellow consumers with informed choices in their purchases.

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Posted on April 19, 2015, in BOOK Worm, TheaMcRaeg and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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