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100 1  Chiaverini, Jennifer,|eauthor. 
245 10 Fates and traitors :|ba novel of John Wilkes Booth /
       |cJennifer Chiaverini. 
250    Large print edition 
264  1 Farmington Hills, Mich. :|bGale Large Print Press,|c2016. 
264  4 |c©2016 
300    681 pages (large print) :|bmaps ;|c23 cm 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    unmediated|bn|2rdamedia 
338    volume|bnc|2rdacarrier 
340    |nlarge print.|2rda 
504    Includes bibliographical references (pages 678-680). 
520    "The world would not look upon his like again. John Wilkes
       Booth--driven son of an acclaimed British stage actor and 
       a Covent Garden flower girl, whose misguided quest to 
       avenge the vanquished Confederacy led him to commit one of
       the most notorious acts in the annals of America--has been
       the subject of scholarship, speculation, and even 
       obsession. Though in his plot to assassinate President 
       Abraham Lincoln Booth did not act alone--"I am determined 
       to be a villain," he tragically prophesized on the 
       occasion of his acclaimed 1862 New York City debut in the 
       role of Richard III--he is often portrayed as a shadowy 
       figure, devoid of human connection. Yet four women were 
       integral in the life of this unquiet American: Mary Ann, 
       the mother he revered above all but country; his sister 
       and confidante, Asia; Lucy Lambert Hale, the senator's 
       daughter who loved him; and the Confederate widow Mary 
       Surratt, to whom he entrusted the secrets of his vengeful 
       wrath. In Fates and Traitors, New York Times bestselling 
       author Jennifer Chiaverini renders for the first time as 
       fiction the compelling interplay between these pivotal 
       actors--some willing, others unwitting--who made an 
       indelible mark on the history of our nation." 
600 10 Booth, John Wilkes,|d1838-1865|vFiction. 
600 17 Booth, John Wilkes,|d1838-1865.|2fast|0(OCoLC)fst00036825 
650  0 Conspiracies|vFiction. 
650  0 Assassins|vFiction. 
650  7 Assassins.|2fast|0(OCoLC)fst00818974 
650  7 Conspiracies.|2fast|0(OCoLC)fst00875715 
655  0 Large type books. 
655  7 Historical fiction.|2lcgft 
655  7 Biographical fiction.|2lcgft 
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