For an individual whom has been written about and studied as much as Abraham Lincoln, you wouldn’t think there wouldn’t be any mysteries left surrounding our 16th president. Despite all of the interest and documentation available on the life of Lincoln, a few questions remain.
A chance discovery of journals on an Indiana farm from an individual who knew Lincoln for over 45 years, sheds some light on a few aspects which hadn’t been covered before. Thorton Andrew Davis VIII, the great-great-great-great-great grandson of the man who wrote the journals partnered with noted author Steve Akley to present these stories to the public for the first time. You will be shocked, amazed and intrigued as these firsthand accounts clear up some of the loose ends about the life of Abraham Lincoln.
The Lincoln Stalker is part of Steve Akley’s Commuter Series. These short stories are the perfect accompaniment for your daily ride to work. Steve notes that all of the stories in his Commuter Series are the perfect length for one or two rides and you can enjoy them for less than the price of your morning coffee.
Be sure to check out all of the stories in Steve Akley’s Commuter Series!
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About the Author
Steve Akley is a lifelong St. Louis resident. He grew up in, and now lives with his family in the south St. Louis county community of Oakville. While it took him more than 40 years (okay, 45) to get his first book published, doing so has caused a flurry of creative ideas for new works. With a simple direction of writing about subject matter that he likes, he has a lot of potential material to write about. He looks forward to getting more of his ideas out there for others to enjoy. He thanks you for your interest in his work!