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Tuesday August 16th, 2022 7:20AM

LISTEN: The family of an assassin: a different look at John Wilkes Booth

By Mornings on Maine Street

Karen Joy Fowler gives us a look at John Wilkes Booth from a different point of view: his family. In her historical novel "Booth", Fowler focuses on three members of the Booth family to give us a view of Booth through their eyes. Additionally, Fowler shares how the family dealt with Booth's actions.

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