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In 1997, Ed Steers caused a bit of a stir in the assassination network when he authored His Name Is Still Mudd, had it published by Thomas Publications in Gettysburg, and then had the audacity to put it on the market! It was applauded by many and condemned by others.

The book has been out-of-print for a number of years after the original publisher went out of business. Surratt House just had one copy (good condition) of the paperback edition donated by a member who is moving into a retirement community. We are offering the book at $10 ppd. If anyone is interested, please send me an email at laurie.verge@pgparks.com

I won't be back in the office until Monday morning (2/22), but the first email received today or during the weekend will receive a call from me to arrange payment, so make sure that you leave either your email or your daytime phone number.

Hess1865

a great book-everyone should read it
I already own it - otherwise I would purchase it without question. Has anyone purchased it?
(02-27-2016 02:29 PM)LincolnMan Wrote: [ -> ]I already own it - otherwise I would purchase it without question. Has anyone purchased it?

Yep, Susan H snapped it up. A great bargain for great history that has changed a lot of people's thoughts.
Really a must-read!
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