Re: [Roman_History_Books] Re: firstname.lastname@example.org sent you a link to content of interest
- Ann, there are plenty!
Go here: http://romanhistorybooksandmore.freeservers.com/
booklist1a.htm, and look for:
Albert Bell (featuring Pliny, second book in the series to come out
Lindsay Davis (time of Vespasian)
Ruth Downie (a fairly new series, Roman Britain under Hadrian*)
Ben Pastor (a new series featuring Aelius Spartianus under Diocletian*)
John Maddox Roberts (late Republic, featuring a Metellus -- strangely
-- allied by marriage to Caesar)
Rosemary Rowe (Roman Britain, end of 2nd century AD)
David Wishart (under Tiberius -- so far)
*review(s) to come up
There is also, not on this list, a series of Greek mysteries by
Margaret Doody, featuring Aristotle. http://
Roman History Reading Group
Roman History Books and More (Blog)
Cohost, Ancient Classical History Forum
On Apr 8, 2008, at 1:39 PM, ann.bjornander wrote:
> Thank you Irene!
> When I read the last Gordianus book, I was devestated, but sent a
> tearful mail to author Stephen, and he could console me - Gordianus
> was soon at work again! and so he is! ordered the book immediately.
> Any tips of other good Greek/Roman detective stories?
> Regards and thanks!
> Ann Sweden
> --- In Roman_History_Books@yahoogroups.com, irenesbooks@... wrote:
> > irenesbooks@... sent you a link to the following content:
> > the triumph of caesar: new gordianus mystery in the stores in may
> > The sender also included this note:
> > Gordianus & Bethesda, still alive . . .
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- irenesbooks@... sent you a link to the following content:
november book chats: 'the spartacus war' by barry strauss
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