Join The Northend Book Club to discuss The Conspiracy of Paper by Davis Liss in January.
According to Goodreads:
"he year is 1719 and the place London, where human greed, apparently, operated in much the same manner as it does today. David Liss focuses his intricate tale of murder, money, and conspiracy on Benjamin Weaver, exboxer, self-described "protector, guardian, bailiff, constable-for-hire, and thief-taker," and son of a Portuguese Jewish "stock-jobber."
This is our second book written by David Liss and I'm looking forward to see how it stacks up to The Whiskey Rebels.
Just as a reminder, anyone is welcome to the monthly discussions. We would love to here why you loved, hated it and wondered how it managed to get published in the first place. Hey, it's happened.
Enjoy the Holidays and good reading to all.