the Plot to Kill John Wilkes Booth

the Plot to Kill John Wilkes Booth

by C. Fenway Braxton

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the Plot to Kill John Wilkes Booth by C. Fenway Braxton

Otto Eisenschimyl shocked the world by implicating Secretary of War Edwin Stanton in the plot to kill Abraham Lincoln. That author made Stanton the mastermind behind the plot and not just another of Booth's stooges.

Mainstream historian's have always dismissed his charges and claimed there was nothing unusual in the Secretary's behavior. After all, they claim, the Confederate government was the mastermind behind the plot.

This volume attempts to show both sides in that debate are wrong. Eisenschimyl misread Stanton's actions and the historians are no closer to proving the Confederate connection than when Stanton first unveiled the claim almost a century-and-a-half ago.

The question hinges on motives. Once one understands the motives behind Stanton's actions, all that he did makes perfect sense.

On Booth's side of the ledger, it is the lack of a cohesive motive that has kept the historians at drift since the assassination. No one has yet come forward with a solid motive for the actor's insane act.

Perhaps by putting both of these investigations together in one place, and shaking well, we can begin to make a little sense out of the ages-old confusion that is the Assassination of Abraham Lincoln.

We might be able to shed a little light on the plot to kill Lincoln, but we most definitely reveal what was behind the plot to kill John Wilkes Booth.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940014583572
Publisher: Martian Publishing
Publication date: 07/13/2012
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 2 MB

About the Author

Being raised in the Washington, DC, region, talk of conspiracy seemed the natural thing to do. No matter which person or party was in the White House there was always some stink a'brewing.

And as there has been so much history in the same region, it seemed only natural that I should have an interest in that subject as well.

Funny, but there are a lot of people I grew up with who did not find an interest in history or conspiracy, regardless of how "natural" I found it to do.
In any event, that is the sort of thing I tend to right about as well. The Lincoln Assassination is the subject of the novel EIGHTEEN PAGES, as well as the sequel EIGHTEEN PAGES MORE, which is under way at the present. I also have this non-fiction work about the same subject, THE PLOT TO KILL JOHN WILKES BOOTH.

Aside from historical conspiracy, I have a few other suspenseful novels on the same lines that should be coming out shortly.

Hopefully, they might be of interest to you.

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