With Malice Toward One
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While Washington D.C. celebrates The Army of the Potomac's latest victory with a Grand Illumination Ceremony, four men meet in a hotel room overlooking the crowded streets filled with party-goers. Richmond has fallen, and "The Old Man," General Lee has just surrendered to Grant at Appomattox Courthouse. The mood in room six of the Herndon House Hotel is dire. The original...more
Paperback, 80 pages
Published June 4th 2013 by Cranston House
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Nancy Steinle gummel
With Malice Toward One by Mike Person is the first graphic novel I've read. I liked it. This book is a history lesson about the days after the Civil War is ended with General Grant accepting the terms by General Lee. It chronicles the plot to assassinate President Abraham Lincoln. The book does it in detail that I don't remember learning in history class so many years ago. It will grab a young minds attention with its comic quality.
This is a first read win. I have given my honest opinion.
Mike
Well done telling of the classic story of the assassination of President Lincoln. The art work adds an easy way to captivate young readers to learn about such an important historical moment. The layout and font used add to the historical feel of the story and I appreciated it.

If you have a young reader that is interested in history, I would recommend this book to wet their appetite to the events of the first Presidential assassination.
Tami Nelson
Thank you good reads first reads for this graphic novel. Beautiful depiction of the assignation of Abe Lincoln told through booths perspective, my son and I both enjoyed the reading pictures even the questions it brought up..brilliant!! Thank you
Tony Parsons
former military & civil war buff luv 2 win/read this book
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