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Having said that, I still gave the book four stars, so it is worth a read.
This is the fifth novel I've read by David Liss, and I'd definitely say that his Benjamin Weaver books are much stronger than his stand-alone book, The Whiskey Rebels.
What I liked: The story is very well thought out and the characters are interesting.
Mr. Liss is a great surprise. A man with great knowledge of the era in which his novel takes place. I look forward to reading more of this mans work.Published 25 days ago by Ron F.
This is the fourth book I've read by David Liss. I have enjoyed each of them. His story line never slows and is intriguing from beginning to end.Published 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
It's well written and delightfully narrated as an audiobook. The protagonist Benjamin Weaver is a surprising, confusingly odd, but interesting mix of characteristics. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Jeff Rasley
Once again Benjamin Weaver fights to clear his name and see the excesses of big business brought low if not altogether tamed. Wonderful. I wish there to be another in the series.Published 4 months ago by Mary Beth Bryant
While I loved Conspiracy of Paper and the Whiskey Rebellion, I was disappointed by The Coffee Trader, and even more so, by The Devil's Company. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Along Red River of the North