Milton, George Fort
Title Abraham Lincoln and the Fifth Column
Binding Mass Market Paperback.
Book Condition Fine Minus.
Edition First Collier Books Edition.
Publisher U.S. Collier Books. 1962
Seller ID 004337
$.95 is the original price. 287 pages which includes a good Bibliography and a lengthy Index. Tight binding and near-white paper.
In General: A Library Card Pocket was removed from the inside of the Front Cover and they pasted a typewritten Title to the original first page and then removed about two inches of the top of the first page where they glued their own page. Strange.
In General: Some sort of faded Library Stamp and Number's at the top of the inside of the Front Cover and at the top of the first page. A ballpoint line goes through the Stamp on the right side and a similar Stamp and pen line's on the inside of the Back Cover. The edges, top of the first three pages and where the first page's cut are light beige.
Story: During the U.S. Civil War there were Saboteurs and Spies who tried to undermine The Union and it was up to Lincoln to figure out how to combat these people who were working in secret.