JOHN ADAMS UNDER FIRE follows the aftermath of the Boston Massacre, where British soldier fired on civilians in Boston in 1770, which many believe to be the first shots fired in the American Revolution. Despite the outcry from his fellow patriots, the young lawyer John Adams vowed that the soldiers would receive a fair and just trial, and so he volunteered to defend them. Drawing from court transcripts and other primary sources, Abrams takes the reader back to the colonial period, showing how contentious and ominous the city was as the fire of resistance to English rule began to burn bright.
THIS COPY (shown below) was signed by Dan Abrams on the title page. It is a new, unread, unopened first edition. Published in March, 2020 by Hanover Square Press.
DAN ABRAMS (pictured below on our Wall of Fame) is the founder of one of the biggest media companies in journalism, as well as the chief legal affairs anchor on ABC News. His writing has appeared in The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, and other prestigious publications. Thank you Dan Abrams for signing our books.