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Killing Lincoln: The Shocking Assassination That Changed America Forever

Unabridged Audiobook

Written By: Martin Dugard, Bill O'Reilly

Narrated By: Bill O'Reilly

Publisher: Macmillan Audio

Date: September 2011

Duration: 7 hours 49 minutes

Summary:

A riveting historical narrative of the heart-stopping events surrounding the assassination of Abraham Lincoln, and the first work of history from mega-bestselling author Bill O'Reilly

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  • Brett H

    Thanks for writing this book, the history surrounding this American event are well documented and unfolded in this narrative... Thanks, Bill

  • Angelo L

    Absolutely Awesome. A must listen/read for all. Bill O'Reilly not only knows how to make a book exciting, his narration brings you to the moment making you feel like you are really there. If only my history teachers could have made my classes this interesting.

  • jill h

    Interesting read regarding some little known Civil War battles, Lincoln's last days, and the thoughts behind the assassin. Not impressed with O'Reilly's narration - barely average.

  • scott lawrence

    A really good book. Nicely written and narrated. Worth buying, reading and suggesting.

  • Elliotte Fajardo

    Riveting insight into the cause and assassination of our 16th president. Bill O' Riley is masterful in his captivating narrative. Well done!

  • Michael Gonzales

    It was a very good book, filled with a lot of facts and information I did not know about leading up to Lincolns assassination.

  • Sandra Hall

    This is the second audiobook I've listened to and got us through 16 hour drive to and from destination. Very good listening.

  • Jason Crawford

    A great read! As a Canadian, I learned a lot about the assassination of Lincoln. The details on the events and how they are presented were fantastic. Bill O'Reilly is a great narrator and historian!

  • Eric Villari

    Very very good. Reads at times like a thriller. Great attention to detail and reveals personalities in an "up close and personal" way. Only one gripe: (to my Australian ears at least) O'Reilly seems to pronounce "cavalry" as "Calvary "...but maybe it's an accent thing...

  • Ron Parker

    One of the finest books I've ever read or listened to. I'm a physician and read serious material constantly. Because of this, when I have time for recreational reading, it is never non-fiction. But this book based on fact enthralled me from Kansas City, MO. until it finished before I got home in Arizona.