Tag Archives: David Liss

Re-read: The Ethical Assassin

The Ethical Assassin © 2006 David Liss 336 pages A few weeks ago for TTT,  I mentioned David Liss as an author who made me smile, and happened to think  about the first novel I read by him, The Ethical … Continue reading

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The Whiskey Rebels

The Whiskey Rebels© 2008 David Liss544 pages “You have my word as a gentleman.”“You are no gentleman!”“Then you have my word as a scoundrel, which, I know, opens up a rather confusing paradox that I have neither the time nor … Continue reading

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A Spectacle of Corruption

A Spectacle of Corruption© 2004 David Liss381 pages When Benjamin Weaver went to a pub, he never expected to end up fighting for his life, let alone be arrested for the crime of killing a man he only met when … Continue reading

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The Coffee Trader

The Coffee Trader© 2003 David Liss386 pages I never intended to return to David Liss so soon. No doubt, A Conspiracy of Paper was phenomenal — but I have two Bernard Cornwell novels just awaiting to be read! There’s something compelling … Continue reading

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A Conspiracy of Paper

A Conspiracy of Paper© 2000 David Liss442 pages Benjamin Weaver is a man with a curious trade. Having left the family business years ago, in his early days he earned acclaim for his skills as a boxer, introducing a ‘scientific’ … Continue reading

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The Ethical Assassin

The Ethical Assassin© 2006 David Liss336 pages Lem’s just a kid selling encyclopedias so he can go to college, that’s all. He never meant to get involved in a criminal conspiracy, but circumstances spiraled out of his control. He went … Continue reading

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