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The book is well written and flies in pace. This is especially good considering the rather esoteric subject which the author is trying to prop up. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Malcolm Campbell
As an American history buff, this story was new to me and a fascinating look at behind the scenes politics that helped America gain its independence from Great Britain.Published 5 months ago by CJG
Such an interesting story, not one we hear about in US History, although I do hope that will change. Every US history teacher should introduce his/her students to this author. Read morePublished 11 months ago by CBond
Unlikely Allies is a wonderful read. The book reads just like a novel and makes history come alive!Published 22 months ago by Joppa
American history as it ought to be taught in our American public high schools. An inside view on how we pulled off the greatest revolution ever!Published 24 months ago by Harold Kahn
I'd never heard of Silas Deane and, after reading this, think he deserves much credit. Amazing how your understanding of history changes as you learn more.Published on May 31, 2014 by Beverley A Anderson
this is one of the best books ever, about the behind-scenes work that got Americans the necessary help from France, and all the intrigues that were part of the process. Read morePublished on March 24, 2014 by margy
There's a line in the third Indiana Jones movie in which Indy's father (played by Sean Connery) discovers that his son has allowed the secret diary to fall into the hands of the... Read morePublished on January 14, 2014 by Christina Hamlett