There is no denying the compelling history relayed in Killing Lincoln. I wish I had read the book rather than listened to it as recorded by Mr. O'Reilly. His voice and delivery were a constant detraction and reminder that he is television personality. He mispronounced so many words that I started a list. My guess is that someone along the way must have suggested to Mr. O'Reilly that he might want to turn the narration over to an actor but Mr. O'Reilly's ego would never permit that.
I recently listened to The Cat's Table on Audible. It was read by the author and it is a beautiful example of the author's voice enhancing the story. Angela's Ashes is another. O'Reilly take note.
Devil in the White City
In the Garden of the Beasts
Just about any actor, male or female, would have done a better job.
Klein's book is one I hope everyone will get a chance to read before the election in November. His sources are people in the news who can be trusted to be truthful.
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