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"The Strange Deaths of President Harding is a scrupulously researched and vividly told overview by Robert H. Ferrell, . . . who demolishes or casts doubt on most of the accusations and suspicions surrounding America's twenty-ninth president. . . . Ferrell is on his surest ground."—American Spectator
"Ferrell's discussions of the cause of death and the absurdity of the poison theory are quite convincing. . . . This is a feisty, spirited, lively little book and, like the author's earlier ones, fun to read."—Illinois Historical Journal
"A straightforward, well-written account of the final days and hours before Harding's fatal heart attack. Ferrell . . . presents a plausible, generally interesting case for reappraising the more conventional, derogatory view of Harding and his administration."—Booklist
"In a careful, detailed analysis of the evidence, [Ferrell] gives Harding the benefit of a reasonable doubt."