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The Dutchman

Meyers, Maan

Published by Replica Books 2001-04-01, 2001
ISBN 10: 0735104379 / ISBN 13: 9780735104372
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Title: The Dutchman

Publisher: Replica Books 2001-04-01

Publication Date: 2001

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Fine


0735104379 Hard cover book that has almost no wear to the exterior. No dust jacket as issued. Binding is tight and the book is clean throughout. Fast shipper. Bookseller Inventory # JF421212

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Synopsis: A fast paced mystery set in New Amsterdam, the summer of 1664. Sheriff Pieter Tonneman, still mourning his wife's death, is coping with unruly Dutch settlers, soldiers, sailors, Indians, African slaves and free Africans, an insular Jewish community of merchants and traders, and now a murder followed by a mysterious fire. Even worse, British warships, cannons ready, sail into the harbor and demand surrender. Across the East River in Breukelen, a British army is poised to attack. Tonneman must persuade his cantankerous Calvinist boss, Director-General Pieter Stuyvesant, that the Dutch citizens are more interested in their beer and their businesses than in a fight with the British.
And then there is the beautiful Jewish woman Racqel Mendoza and the strange disappearance of her husband, which the Jewish community has kept to itself until now.
The Dutchman is the first in a series of meticulously researched historical mysteries that trace the adventures Tonneman's descendants through the history of New York.

"?conjures up an odd, engrossing mystery." -The Washington Post Book World

"A grand melodrama of early America that evokes the setting
of old New Amsterdam at its most intriguing." -The Denver Post

"A unique historical suspense novel ?" -Abilene Reporter-News

"Doughty historical fare?" -Kirkus Reviews

"Delivers everything you could want in a book." -Mystery Lovers Bookshop News

"A promising new series of historical mysteries?" -Booklist

"This one is outstanding." -Rendezvous

"?Rich in peculiar details?" -Fresh Air, National Public Radio

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