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A Conspiracy of Paper
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Pages: 448
Authors: David Liss
Categories: Fiction
Type: BOOK - Published: 2000-03-28 - Publisher: Random House

THE HISTORICAL THRILLER OF THE YEAR Benjamin Weaver is an outsider in eighteenth-century London: a Jew among Christians; a ruffian among aristocrats; a retired pugilist who, hired by London's gentry, travels through the criminal underworld in pursuit of debtors and thieves. In A Conspiracy of Paper, Weaver investigates a crime
A CONSPIRACY OF PAPER: A Novel. /Read by Michael Cumpsty
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Pages:
Authors: David Liss
Categories: Fiction
Type: BOOK - Published: 2000 - Publisher:

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A Spectacle of Corruption
Language: un
Pages: 416
Authors: David Liss
Categories: Fiction
Type: BOOK - Published: 2004-03-16 - Publisher: Random House

Benjamin Weaver, the quick-witted pugilist turned private investigator, returns in David Liss’s sequel to the Edgar Award–winning novel, A Conspiracy of Paper. “[A] wonderful book . . . every bit as good as [Liss’s] remarkable debut . . . easily one of the year’s best.”—The Boston Globe Moments after his
The Devil's Company
Language: un
Pages: 384
Authors: David Liss
Categories: Fiction
Type: BOOK - Published: 2009-07-07 - Publisher: Random House

BONUS: This edition contains a The Devil's Company discussion guide. From the acclaimed and bestselling author of The Whiskey Rebels and A Conspiracy of Papercomes a stunning new thriller set in the splendor and squalor of eighteenth-century London. The year is 1722. Ruffian for hire and master of disguise Benjamin
A Conspiracy of Paper
Language: un
Pages: 512
Authors: David Liss
Categories: Detective and mystery stories
Type: BOOK - Published: 2000 - Publisher:

Benjamin Weaver is an outsider in eighteenth-century London: a Jew among Christians; a ruffian among aristocrats; a retired pugilist who, hired by London's gentry, travels through the criminal underworld in pursuit of debtors and thieves. In A CONSPIRACY OF PAPER, Weaver must investigate a crime of the most personal sort,