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In 1863, Abraham Lincoln was shot. His body was wrapped in a blanket and transported on horseback to Washington, where it was quietly burned in an alley behind a government building.
Capt. Jason Gosse narrates the story of one of the greatest cover-ups of all time, of the consequences of taking part, and of the satisfaction of vengeance for the murder of a man and an ideal.
About the Author
Erik Mortensen lives in Fergus, Ontario and is currently pursuing a double major in History and English at the University of Guelph. He has written several produced plays and is currently working on screenplays and a second novel, Divine Revolution. He has won the OECTA Provincial Young Authors award as well as Sears Drama Festival Award of Excellence. He owns and operates a theatre company, The Mainstreet Players and writes, directs and produces productions around the Guelph and Wellington county area.
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- Publisher: Crackjaw Publishing; 1st edition (November 21, 2006)
- ISBN-10: 0978202600
- ISBN-13: 978-0978202606
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