by Lisa G. Samia

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My Name is JOHN SINGER 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
1CleverLady More than 1 year ago
A second chance "what-if" story for one of history's most notorious men, based upon the long standing rumors that John Wilkes Booth did not die in the barn fire. In this book JWB becomes "JOHN SINGER". Although the author imagines John as remorseful, the writing stays politically correct in never forgiving the heinous acts committed against President Lincoln. That fact earns respect, giving the fictional story a doorway into what might have happened. When John meets Emma, she is drawn to him in a compelling and magnetic way, just as history notes women were captivated by JWB. The settings of the hospital and Richmond are accurate and bringing in real figures from history solidifies the story. Through Emma's good heart and courage John Singer is given a fresh start, letting Booth earn the devoted love from his devastated sister, Asia.