By Rebecca C. Jones. "For over a century, historians have argued about" the true role of Surratt, who owned a boardinghouse at which the Lincoln assassination conspirators met. The book is for young readers but makes a solid overview for adults as well.
The paperback is in okay shape: a couple of dings and folds to the cover edges and corners, and a crease on the front. Pages are clean and straight, though; a fine reading copy.