Great Captain, Three Lincoln Novels: Forever Free, with Malice Toward None and the Last Full Measure
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Great Captain, Three Lincoln Novels: Forever Free, with Malice Toward None and the Last Full Measure

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1927. Honore Willsie Morrow is best known for her Great Captain trilogy about Abraham Lincoln, which established her as a vivid storyteller. Great Captain is the story of Lincoln all through his administration from the beginning of the Civil War down to the tragic moment of his assassination. Book One, Forever Free, shows the first in the White House up to the signing of t...more
Hardcover, 672 pages
Published September 10th 2010 by Kessinger Publishing (first published July 26th 2004)
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Born in Ottumwa, Iowa in 1880, Morrow went on to graduate with a history degree from the University of Wisconsin. She then married Henry Willsie and moved to Arizona, publishing her first novel, "Heart of the Desert", in 1913 and working as editor of women's magazine The Delineator from 1914-1919. She divorced Willsie in 1922 and remarried a year later to William Morrow, a publisher, who died in 1...more
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