THE VIRGINIAN WHO MIGHT HAVE SAVED LINCOLN by Bob O'Connor

THE VIRGINIAN WHO MIGHT HAVE SAVED LINCOLN by Bob O'Connor

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    THE VIRGINIAN WHO MIGHT HAVE SAVED LINCOLN by Bob O'Connor
    2007 Trade size 190pages
    President Lincolnís trusted friend, former law partner and heavily armed bodyguard, Ward Hill Lamon, is the subject of this new historical novel. Lamon snuck Lincoln into Washington prior to the Inauguration when detective Allan Pinkerton uncovered a plot to assassinate Lincoln when his train passed through Baltimore.
    Lamon was in charge of the dedication of the national cemetery at Gettysburg on November 19, 1863. Many nights he slept on the floor outside the Lincoln bedroom in the White House to protect the president.
    But he was not at Fordís Theater on April 14, 1865 when the president was shot.
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