Theodore Roosevelt and the Assassin: Madness, Vengeance, And The Campaign Of 1912

A New York Times Bestseller, rich with local color, period detail, and a fully realized historical and political backdrop, that tells the forgotten story of the lone, fanatical assailant who stalked Theodore Roosevelt on the 1912 presidential campaign trail until the evening of October 14 in Milwaukee, when he shot the Bull Moose in the chest from ten feet away