My Name is Mrs John Singer. It is early July, 1865. The sequel to "My Name is John Singer" continues the fictional story of John Wilkes Booth who is hiding in plain sight and married to nurse Emma Dixon. While residing in Richmond, men who doubt his identity come to reveal John Singer as a fraud.
A bullet meant for John strikes Emma, shot from the gun of Doctor Henry Bradley. He is desperately in love with her and doubts John Singer's identity. Believing he killed the woman he adored, Henry fires the gun at his own temple. With danger lurking, now they must escape Richmond for there are still men who wish to reveal the truth and bring John to justice.
"My Name is Mrs. John Singer" opens under the guise of night with John and Emma hiding at his childhood home of Tudor Hall in Bel Air, Maryland. Asia has gather the family in secret. It is time Mary Ann Booth knew her son is alive. John feels repentant of his crime, regrets his old ways, begs their forgiveness and assistance. Will the family help, or turn their backs on John?
Table of Contents
My Name is Mrs. John Singer
FOUR YEARS LATER
Biographies and Author Insights
Louisa May Alcott
Asia Booth Clarke
John Wilkes Booth
About the Author Lisa G. Samia