Hooligans and Tyrants by Farrell Kellener

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Stranded in the past, and driven by an unknown force to change history, Kane crashes in New York City, his path colliding with the arrival of then Presidential hopeful Abraham Lincoln. His destiny derailed, Kane is seduced by a powerful socialite, who employs him as her bodyguard. Their love affair fans the flames of a rising criminal empire, ignoring the Civil War raging around them until it comes barreling through their front door. Captured and turned by the US government, Kane is thrust deep into the heart of enemy territory, where he will come face to face with actor John Wilkes Booth. He uncovers a criminal fraternity involving a disgraced Union General, a sadistic Confederate mastermind, a former US President and a European dictator. The bloody aftermath radically alters American history.

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Published February 1, 2011 by iUniverse. 268 pages
Genres: History, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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