by Frederick Trevor Hill
From the publisher:
The author of this book, Frederick Trevor Hill (1866-1930), was an American lawyer who practiced law in New York City from 1890. He wrote several novels and three books on Lincoln. His works include: The Minority (1902), The Web (1903), The Accomplice (1905), Lincoln the Lawyer (1906), Decisive Battles of the Law (1907), The Story of a Street (1908), Lincoln's Legacy of Inspiration (1909), On the Trail of Grant and Lee (1911), The Thirteenth Juror (1913), Washington: The Man of Action (1914), Tales Out of Court (1920), High School Farces (1920) and Lincoln: Emancipator of the Nation (1928).