Burr by Gore Vidal has become required reading for this community. Only not, because that would suck.
But it's an amazing book, and very historically accurate as far as I know. He writes such amazing interactions, too, like the dialogue is really gripping on its own as opposed to just a way to get through the plot.
and for some reason his Thomas Jefferson is disturbingly hot.
Anyway, it presents Aaron Burr in a positive light (I think maybe a little too positive, but no book is perfect) and does it with finesse (hee). Go read it. :)
Okay, I think