Henry and Clara / Thomas Mallon.
Currently available copies
- 14 out of 14 copies are currently available at PINES. (Show copies)
- 0 out of 0 copies are currently available at Conyers-Rockdale Library System.
- 0 out of 0 copies are currently available at Nancy Guinn Memorial Library.
0 current holds on 14 total copies.
|Library System: Library Branch Name
Find the name of the library system and branch closest to you.
|Shelving Location||Call Number / Copy Notes||Barcode||Status|
- ISBN: 039559071X :
- ISBN: 9780395590713
- Physical Description: 358 p. ; 22 cm.
- Publisher: New York : Ticknor & Fields, 1994.
Contents / Notes
The repercussions of Lincoln's assassination on two people who were with him at the time. Henry Rathbone cannot live down the thought that he, an army officer, did not save the president's life. Clara, his fiancee, feels guilty that she ignored the wounded Rathbone for the publicity of helping Mrs. Lincoln who was unhurt. The impact a public event can have on private lives, in this case leading to the murder of one and the incarceration in a mental asylum for the other. By the author of Aurora 7.
|Additional Physical Form Available:||
Also issued online.
Find similar items by subject
|Subject:||Lincoln, Abraham, 1809-1865 > Assassination > Fiction.
Rathbone, Henry Reed, 1837-1911 > Fiction.
Rathbone, Clara > Fiction.
Presidents > Assassination > Fiction.