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Books and Co.: Daniel Stashower will introduce The Hour of Peril

Emmi MacIntyre
7 p.m., Tuesday February 05

 Stashower's will introduce this nonfiction account of a true plot to assassinate President-elect Abraham Lincoln in 1861 as he was on his way through Baltimore to Washington for his inauguration.   The plot was thwarted by Allan Pinkerton and his team of detectives, including America’s first female Private eye, Kate Warne.  Lincoln and Civil War historians won’t want to miss it!
 

For an interview, please contact  Hector DeJean at 646-307-5560.   For additional event information, please call Sharon Kelly Roth at 937-429-6302.



Where: Books & Co. (Beavercreek)
Phone: 937-429-2169
Address: 4453 Walnut St.
Website: www.booksandco.com/

Books & Co. (Beavercreek)

4453 Walnut St.
Beavercreek, OH
45440
 
Large independent bookstore offering author readings/signings and other events.
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