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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.
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 1 month ago by Along Red River of the North
Again, David Liss draws us into his historical mystery. Weaver is entertaining and enlightening. You'll enjoy his romp through the city and his entanglements.Published 2 months ago by Rebecca L. Hedgepath
David Liss now has a reputation, with me. He writes these historical thrillers, somewhere between spy novels and murder mysteries, where his main character(s) are caught up in... Read morePublished 4 months ago by David W. Nicholas
The adventures of Benjamin Weaver exprizefighter and detective in the world of mercantilist empire building is rousing historical fiction. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Jose Gomez-Rivera
As with all the David Liss books I've read, it's a great story with very believable characters. I feel like I'm there and have gotten to know Benjamin Weaver quite well -- and will... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Gayle Ann Kipp
Good read I hate writing reviews third of series a bit cliche but still held my interest still like time periodPublished 10 months ago by Diane Rose
If you like the series on Benjamin Weaver, you'll love this one! Once again, Liss transports the reader into 18th century London's most suspenseful nooks and crannies.Published 10 months ago by bengol
Love David Liss - great stories, based on thorough research and some literary license - thanks for another great book.Published 11 months ago by Mark A LoBello