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- Random House Publishing Group 2003; US$ 15.00
The Edgar Award?winning novel A Conspiracy of Paper was one of the most acclaimed debuts of 2000. In his richly suspenseful second novel, author David Liss once again travels back in time to a crucial moment in cultural and financial history. His destination: Amsterdam, 1659?a mysterious world of trade populated by schemers and rogues, where deception... more...
- Random House Publishing Group 2004; US$ 15.00
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 . Moments after his conviction for a murder he did not commit, at a trial presided over by a judge determined to find him guilty, Benjamin Weaver is accosted by a stranger who cunningly slips... more...
- Random House Publishing Group 2000; US$ 15.00
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 of the most personal... more...
- Random House Publishing Group 2006; US$ 15.00
Edgar award-winning author of the popular historical novels A Conspiracy of Paper and A Spectacle of Corruption, David Liss showcases his amazing versatility with this brilliant new tale of contemporary suspense: a literary thriller set in Florida, where killing is a matter of conscience. No one is more surprised than Lem Altick when it turns out... more...
- Random House Publishing Group 2008; US$ 15.00
David Liss?s bestselling historical thrillers, including A Conspiracy of Paper and The Coffee Trader , have been called remarkable and rousing: the perfect combination of scrupulous research and breathless excitement. Now Liss delivers his best novel yet in an entirely new setting?America in the years after the Revolution, an unstable nation where... more...
- Random House Publishing Group 2009; US$ 15.00
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 Paper comes 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 Weaver finds himself pitted... more...
- Random House Publishing Group 2011; US$ 15.00
Lucy Derrick is a young woman of good breeding and poor finances. After the death of her beloved father, she becomes the unwanted boarder of her tyrannical uncle, fending off marriage to a local mill owner. But just as she is resigned to a life of misery, a handsome stranger?the poet and notorious rake Lord Byron?arrives at her house, stricken... more...
- Gallery Books 2013; US$ 16.00
Four bestselling authors. One hellraising premise. What if the dead could be summoned from their graves?for a price? What if a quartet of distinctive storytellers took a stab at this deceptively simple idea?on a dare? The answers lie here, in Four Summoner?s Tales , as these acclaimed writers accept the challenge and rise to the occasion?in four... more...
- St. Martin's Press 2011; US$ 0.99
Previously published as part of The New Dead: A Zombie Anthology. Praise for WHAT MAISIE KNEW and the THE NEW DEAD: ?Provocative, haunting, and genuinely unsettling? David Liss's novelette What Maisie Knew is a stunning and gruesome meditation on the banality of capitalism and evil? This powerful anthology [THE NEW DEAD] shines a bright and... more...