• Corpus ID: 190411985

When Trumpets Call: Theodore Roosevelt After the White House

  title={When Trumpets Call: Theodore Roosevelt After the White House},
  author={Patricia O'Toole},
From the author of the acclaimed "Five of Hearts," this highly praised, spell-binding biography is the definitive account of TR's final decade, the most poignant -- and in some ways, the most heroic -- years of his extraordinary life. Drawn from a wealth of new materials, this is a remarkable portrait of a remarkable man. 
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