The Lincoln Deception:  Behind the Booth Conspiracy

The Lincoln Deception is a superb melding of fact, mystery, and imaginary 'what-ifs' that blow open the conspiracy clouds that surround the murder of a president."

—Gannet News Service

The Summer of 1787: The Men Who Invented the Constitution

"…I wish today’s political leaders, especially in Washington, would show the courage and willingness to fight for what they believe in, but possess an understanding of the need to compromise to solve the nation’s problems. They all need to go off and read [The Summer of] 1787."

—General Colin Powell, New York Times Book Review

 

Watch David’s The Summer of 1787 interview on C-SPAN's Q&A show

About David

As a bestselling writer of history and historical novels, David O. Stewart applies the storytelling and analytical skills honed by years in trial and appellate law practice. Critics have called him "an acknowledged master of narrative history" and "one of our best new writers of historical mysteries."

Featured Interview

Interview by Brian Lamb on C-SPAN’s Q&A Show

Also by David O. Stewart

Other Histories
Other Histories
Historical Mysteries
Historical Mysteries

Awards

• Washington Writing Award for Best Book of the year (Summer of 1787)

• Bloomberg View: Best Historical Mystery of the year (The Lincoln Deception)

• The William H. Prescott Award of the Colonial Dames of America (Madison's Gift)

• The History Prize of the Society of the Cincinnati (American Emperor)