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»Daniel Stashower’s The Hour of Peril: The Secret Plot to Murder Lincoln Before the Civil War describes a shocking but little-remembered assassination conspiracy called the „Baltimore Plot“ that could have utterly changed the course of American history.«

Deirdre Donahue

In Daniel Stashower’s new book The Hour of Peril: The Secret Plot to Murder Lincoln Before the Civil War, he describes how detective Allan Pinkerton and America’s first female private eye, a 23-year-old widow named Kate Warne, saved Lincoln from assassination in 1861. Watch a interview with the author and read a review by Deirdre Donahue at USA Today.

»Sharp Objects always found a nice little niche. I like the fact that Sharp Objects is almost like this cult book now. In retrospect, people who knew that book always feel very proprietary about it in the same way I do when I discover a new band. And Dark Places did a little bit better. I assumed that Gone Girl would do incrementally better than Dark Places and that would be great.«

Gillian Flynn

Gillian Flynn talks with Carol Memmott about her novel Gone Girl, success and movie deals. Read the interivew at usatoday.com.