Review: The Man Who Shot John Wilkes Booth, Part III

As you can tell, this is the third and final installment of this series.  Since it is the third in a series let me give you an over of the series:

The Man Who Shot John Wilkes Booth

What is truth? For nineteen years, Joshua Webb has been asking that question in the pages of his newspaper, The Paradise Ledger. He’s been called a madman, a lunatic and an anarchist, but now he has stumbled upon a story so huge that it could shake the United States to its very foundation. The source of the trouble is Boston Corbett, the man who shot John Wilkes Booth. He claims to possess knowledge of the real perpetrators behind the assassination of Abraham Lincoln, but if his story can be believed, what threat might this hidden truth present to Joshua Webb and the people that he loves?

I had the privilege of being a beta reader for this series.  Kevin G. Summers has not paid me or anything to give him a good review.  He wanted my honest opinion on the story.  I really like this story.  It seems that all of the Authors I read like to compete for a spot on my bookcase, The Leighgendarium, and Kevin G. Summers is a top shelfer.  He wrote a story that grabs you from page one and puts you in a choke hold until the very end.  He also create characters that you will either love or hate.

I found myself trying to find time to read the story.  I needed to know what was going to happen next.  Part I is really good, Part II is my absolute favorite in the series, and Part III is a great end to the series.  I have really enjoyed reading this series and I believe you will too.

Rating:  9/10 Stars

The Man Who Shot John Wilkes Booth Part I

The Man Who Shot John Wilkes Booth Part II

The Man Who Shot John Wilkes Booth Part III

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