'Decided on the Battlefield' by David Alan Johnson tells how Abraham Lincoln nearly lost it all.
They'll take you from Mount Hebron to Silicon Valley. These are the 15 nonfiction titles that Monitor book reviewers found to be the most outstanding of 2011.
Citing errors, some Lincoln-related historic sites are refusing to carry the book, although O'Reilly accuses critics of nitpicking.
Bill O'Reilly's thriller, "Killing Lincoln," gives us a Lincoln cleansed of all controversy and complexity.
Charles Bracelen Flood offers a fascinating coda to a remarkable life in this brisk, well-told history of the final months and days of Ulysses S. Grant.
Candice Millard’s account of President James Garfield’s assassination brings back to roaring life a tragic but irresistible historical period.
Ulysses S. Grant may not be remembered as our best president, but his memoir is often cited as the best of all presidential writings.
The bus used by President Obama to travel around Minnesota, Iowa, and Illinois is parked on the tarmac of Minneapolis-St. Paul Airport on Aug. 15.
It's called the American Civil War, but it was much more British than most people think.