HENRY AND CLARA CL by Thomas Mallon

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A recreation of the tragic story of Henry and Las Rathbone, the young couple who sat in the President's box on the night of Lincoln's assassination, describes how the event changed their lives forever, leading to guilt, madness, and ultimately, murder.
 

About Thomas Mallon

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Thomas Mallon, author of "In Fact", is a frequent contributor to many magazines & journals. His column, "Doubting Thomas" ran for six years in GQ. His novels Dewey Defeats Truman & Henry & Clara were New York Times Notable Books. A recipient of Guggenheim & Rockefeller fellowships, he lives in Westport, Connecticut.
 
Published August 16, 1994 by Houghton Mifflin. 358 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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