PRLog - Dec. 11, 2012 - Prince George, B.C At the start of this holiday season history buffs, especially those with a particular interest in presidential history, have been treated a great offering on the silver screen with Lincoln, starring Daniel Day-Lewis. But for many viewers the film has left them wanting more. Author Paul Serup is happy to help with fill that void with Who Killed Abraham Lincoln?
Who Killed Abraham Lincoln?
In his meticulously researched book, Serup delves into the on-going mystery surrounding the assassination of the U.S' most iconic president. The book is the perfect gift for those who want more details about how the period covered by the film ultimately led to untimely death.
"The film only covers a very tiny part of Lincoln's life," explains Serup, "but it's one that ties in very closely to why he was assassinated. The movie talks about the 13th amendment (abolition), and the last weeks of his life, but it doesn't begin to scratch the surface as to why he was actually murdered. The book helps to fill in the hundreds of 'blanks' that people leaving the theatre will have."
Who Killed Abraham Lincoln? a must-read for Lincolnophiles, but also for anyone who's interest has been sparked by the recent blockbuster. It's available for purchase through Amazon.com, Barnes & Noble, and Indigo/Chapters.
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