I started a new book today because the one I had been reading was extremely boring. After putting Arthas by Christie Golden- a World of Warcraft book that I'm suppose to read for book club- on hold for a bit I started The Assassin's Accomplice by Kate Clifford Larson. This is kind of a biography of Mary Surratt, but mainly just the story of her involvement with the Confederacy during the Civil War.
It's not as dry as it sounds! I thought I'd need a drink by the first page but I was surprisingly wrong. The author does very well to make this narrative entertaining and worth reading. Now, I'm not exactly sure how accurate it is but it is extremely compelling. I borrowed from my teacher before she even had the chance to read it I wanted it that bad.