"But Krensky (The Iron Dragon Never Sleeps, 1994, etc.) makes good use of historical fact, his plot moves along smoothly, and the ideas and ideals are worth reading about; for many readers, this first meeting with Peter Zenger may not be their last. (Fiction. 8-10)"
Two young apprentices in colonial New York get involved in the most controversial event of their daythe arrest and trial of printer Peter Zenger.
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