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Lindsey Davis, Deadly Election , about a young Roman widow investigating the death of a man whose corpse was found inside a family chest unopened for the past decade; 3 in the Flavia Albia mystery series. Lindsey Davis, Graveyard of the Hesperides , about a Roman woman who follows her father's profession of informer whose intended husband finds bodies buried in the back garden of a bar his business is renovating; 4 in the Flavia Albia mystery series.

Lindsey Davis, The Third Nero , about a Roman woman who follows her father's profession of informer and is charged with investigating reports that Nero is not dead; 5 in the Flavia Albia mystery series. Paul Doherty, Murder Imperial , about a crisis faced by the new Emperor Constantine when a series of courtesans he had visited are murdered; 2 in the Ancient Rome series. Paul Doherty, The Song of the Gladiator , about a theological debate sponsored by Constantine during the summer of A.

Paul Doherty, The Queen of the Night , about a mysterious series of murders of veteran soldiers in the summer of in Rome which resemble barbaric practices of the Picts; 4 in the Ancient Rome series. Paul Doherty, Murder's Immortal Mask , about a serial killer who, having suspended his crimes since Constantine became emperor, suddenly begins killing again; 5 in the Ancient Rome series.

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Annelise Freisenbruch, Blood in the Tiber , a mystery in which the daughter of Rome's most celebrated orator tries to find out who murdered a Vestal Virgin. Shifra Hochberg, The Lost Catacomb , a mystery with multiple timelines including three love stories set in the early days of the Roman Empire, the Holocaust in Italy. Jess Steven Hughes, The Sign of the Eagle , about the Celtic wife of a Roman officer who must make a dangerous journey to prove her husband innocent of treason and solve the murders of two slaves.

Bruce Macbain, Roman Games , a mystery featuring Pliny the Younger as sleuth, investigating the murder of a senator at Emperor Domitian's command while the law courts are in recess during the Roman Games; 1 in the Pliny the Younger series. Bruce Macbain, The Bull Slayer , a mystery featuring Pliny the Younger, during his service as the Roman governor of Bithynia, investigating the murder of an official, possibly by a worshipper of a barbarian god; 2 in the Pliny the Younger mystery series.

Ben Pastor, The Fire Waker , Emperor Diocletian's historian investigates the case of a man seemingly resurrected from the dead - and then murdered; 2 in the Aelius Spartianus mystery series. John Maddox Roberts, The Sacrilege , about a Roman official who discovers a link between an act of sacrilege that disrupts a sacred women's rite and a series of murders; 3 in the SPQR mystery series. John Maddox Roberts, Saturnalia , about a disgraced Roman called back from exile to investigate a murder during the wild celebration of Saturnalia; 5 in the SPQR mystery series.

John Maddox Roberts, Nobody Loves a Centurion , about a young Roman who joins Caesar's not-yet-victorious army in Gaul and is assigned to investigate the murder of a centurion hated by all the men serving under him; 6 in the SPQR mystery series. John Maddox Roberts, The River God's Vengeance , about a Roman official whose investigation of the collapse of a tenement building reveals that someone may have caused it intentionally; 8 in the SPQR mystery series.

John Maddox Roberts, A Point of Law , about a Roman on trial for corruption who suddenly finds himself charged with murder when the man who accused him turns up dead; 10 in the SPQR mystery series. Steven Saylor, Roman Blood , about a citizen of ancient Rome who makes his living as a "finder" and investigates the case of a young man accused of killing his father; 1 in the Roma Sub Rosa mystery series. Steven Saylor, Arms of Nemesis , about a Roman citizen who investigates a case of murder on the estate of the richest man in Rome, as the Spartacan slave revolt stirs tension between Roman slaves and their masters; 2 in the Roma Sub Rosa mystery series.

Steven Saylor, Catilina's Riddle , about a Roman citizen reluctantly drawn back into the city's intrigues when Cicero asks him to find out more about Cicero's rival Catilina; 3 in the Roma Sub Rosa mystery series. Steven Saylor, The Venus Throw , about a Roman investigator hired by a beautiful and scandalous woman to find out who murdered one of his clients; 4 in the Roma Sub Rosa mystery series. Steven Saylor, Rubicon , about a Roman citizen whom Pompey the Great forces to investigate a murder during the time when Caesar's army crosses the Rubicon into Rome; 6 in the Roma Sub Rosa mystery series.

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Steven Saylor, Last Seen in Massilia , about an investigator who tries to find out whether the young woman he has seen fall to her death from Sacrifice Rock was pushed; 7 in the Roma Sub Rosa mystery series. Steven Saylor, A Mist of Prophecies , about an investigator who becomes obsessed with finding out who murdered the beautiful seeress who dies in his arms; 8 in the Roma Sub Rosa mystery series. Steven Saylor, The Judgment of Caesar , about a Roman investigator who brings his ailing wife to Egypt for a cure and becomes enmeshed in the struggle between Caesar, Cleopatra and King Ptolemy for control of Egypt; 9 in the Roma Sub Rosa mystery series.

Steven Saylor, The Triumph of Caesar , about a retired investigator who reluctantly accepts a commission from Julius Caesar's wife, Calpurnia, to look into the rumored assassination plots against her husband; 10 in the Roma Sub Rosa mystery series. Steven Saylor, The Seven Wonders , about a clever young Roman's travels to the seven wonders of the ancient world, where he finds a mystery to solve at each landmark; 11 in the Roma Sub Rosa series, and a prequel to the other mysteries.

Steven Saylor, Raiders of the Nile , about a clever young Roman's visit to Egypt, where he becomes involved in a project to steal the sarcophagus of Alexander the Great; 12 in the Roma Sub Rosa series. Steven Saylor, Wrath of the Furies , about a young Roman distressed by the news that his hero, the poet Antipater, betrayed Rome by spying for Mithridates, who plans to massacre Romans in his territories; 13 in the Roma Sub Rosa series.

Steven Saylor, The Throne of Caesar , about a young Roman distressed by the news that his hero, the poet Antipater, betrayed Rome by spying for Mithridates, who plans to massacre Romans in his territories; 14 in the Roma Sub Rosa series. Marilyn Todd, I, Claudia , about a former prostitute married to a wealthy Roman, who must find out who is killing her new clients; 1 in the Claudia Seferius mystery series.

Marilyn Todd, Virgin Territory , about a former prostitute, now widowed, who accepts the job of escorting a vestal virgin back to her family, only to find out the woman is not all she seems; 2 in the Claudia Seferius mystery series. Marilyn Todd, Man Eater , about a beautiful widow who finds herself accused of murder; 3 in the Claudia Seferius mystery series. Marilyn Todd, Wolf Whistle , about a beautiful widow who investigates the murder of five slave girls; 4 in the Claudia Seferius mystery series. Marilyn Todd, Jail Bait , about a beautiful widow who begins a flirtation that ends in murder; 5 in the Claudia Seferius mystery series.

Marilyn Todd, Black Salamander , about a beautiful widow who accepts the job of carrying a pouch to Gaul and finds herself entangled in a treasonous plot; 6 in the Claudia Seferius mystery series. Marilyn Todd, Dream Boat , about a former prostitute, now widowed, who must find her kidnapped teenage stepdaughter; 7 in the Claudia Seferius mystery series.

Marilyn Todd, Dark Horse , about a beautiful widow who flees trouble in Rome only to have it catch up with her at an Arcadian villa; 8 in the Claudia Seferius mystery series.

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Marilyn Todd, Second Act , about a beautiful widow who helps an investigator try to stop a serial rapist during the holiday season of Saturnalia; 9 in the Claudia Seferius mystery series. Marilyn Todd, Widow's Pique , about a beautiful widow who witnesses a murder; 10 in the Claudia Seferius mystery series. Marilyn Todd, Stone Cold , about a beautiful widow who goes to Gaul to find the truth behind her father's disappearance there when she was a child; 11 in the Claudia Seferius mystery series. Marilyn Todd, Sour Grapes , about a beautiful widow who investigates a series of murders when she visits her stepmother's estate; 12 in the Claudia Seferius mystery series.

Marilyn Todd, Scorpion Rising , about a beautiful widow who goes to Gaul to investigate the murder of a child; 13 in the Claudia Seferius mystery series. David Wishart, Ovid , about a grandson of the patron of the exiled Roman poet Ovid who stirs up a dangerous mystery when he asks why Emperor Augustus has forbidden Ovid's ashes to be returned to Rome for burial, 1 in the Marcus Corvinus mystery series.

David Wishart, Germanicus , about a cultivated Roman who is alarmed when the Empress Livia asks him for a dangerous favor: to investigate the death of her grandson Germanicus; 2 in the Marcus Corvinus mystery series. David Wishart, Sejanus , about a cultivated Roman who has just buried his father when two senators ask him to investigate Sejanus, the likely successor to the Emperor Tiberius; 3 in the Marcus Corvinus mystery series.

David Wishart, Old Bones , about a cultivated Roman who must clear his father-in-law of a murder charge, a project which uncovers a case of wine fraud and worse; 5 in the Marcus Corvinus mystery series. David Wishart, Last Rites , about a Roman sleuth who needs his wife's help when he's called upon to investigate a possible murder during a night devoted to a woman-only celebration of the rites of the Good Goddess; 6 in the Marcus Corvinus mystery series.

David Wishart, White Murder , about a Roman sleuth who must investigate the murder of a super-star chariot racer; 7 in the Marcus Corvinus mystery series. David Wishart, A Vote for Murder , about a Roman sleuth who interrupts his holiday in the Alban Hills to investigate the murder of a candidate for consul; 8 in the Marcus Corvinus mystery series. David Wishart, Parthian Shot , about a Roman sleuth who must investigate the attack on a visiting Parthian prince before it results in an international incident; 9 in the Marcus Corvinus mystery series.

David Wishart, Food for the Fishes , about a Roman sleuth who investigates the murder of an obnoxious, wealthy fish farmer who was drowned in one of his own eel tanks; 10 in the Marcus Corvinus mystery series. David Wishart, In at the Death , about a Roman sleuth who investigates a suspicious case of apparent suicide; 11 in the Marcus Corvinus mystery series. David Wishart, Illegally Dead , about a Roman sleuth who investigates a puzzling case of poisoning in Castrimoenium, outside his usual territory; 12 in the Marcus Corvinus mystery series.


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David Wishart, Bodies Politic , about a Roman sleuth asked to clear the name of a man forced into suicide by the Emperor Caligula; 13 in the Marcus Corvinus mystery series. David Wishart, No Cause for Concern , about a Roman sleuth coerced into investigating the death of a crime boss's stepson; 14 in the Marcus Corvinus mystery series. David Wishart, Solid Citizens , about a Roman sleuth who investigates the murder of a respectable citizen beaten to death near a brothel; 15 in the Marcus Corvinus mystery series.

David Wishart, Finished Business , about a Roman sleuth whose murder investigation leads him dangerously close to the Emperor Caligula; 16 in the Marcus Corvinus mystery series. David Wishart, Trade Secrets , about a Roman sleuth who investigates two murders, one of a much-disliked man, the other of a body his daughter finds in the Pollio Gardens; 17 in the Marcus Corvinus mystery series. David Wishart, Foreign Bodies , about a Roman sleuth who investigates the stabbing death of a Gallic wine merchant; 18 in the Marcus Corvinus mystery series. David Wishart, Family Commitments , about a Roman sleuth who investigates the death of the partner-in-crime of a man's long-lost brother; 19 in the Marcus Corvinus mystery series.

David Wishart, Going Back , about a Roman sleuth who investigates the death of a well-connected woman; 20 in the Marcus Corvinus mystery series.

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In 43 A. The Iceni warrior queen Boudica shocked Rome in 61 A. This woman warrior has long fascinated writers and readers of historical novels. The Romans were never able to conquer the Picts in what is now Scotland. They built Hadrian's Wall to discourage tribes to the north from encouraging or assisting rebellions by tribes within Roman territory.

During the years of Roman rule, life in most of Britain became thoroughly Romanized. Retired soldiers settled down with British wives, and British chieftains and their families adopted Roman names and served as government officials. The departure of the Roman army in A. Orderly government collapsed, and Saxon and Irish raiders attacked the coast and inland settlements along navigable rivers. Historical novelists have written vividly about many periods of Roman Britain, but have especially focused on the conquest period, Boudica's rebellion, and the collapse of Roman rule.

Lindsay Allason-Jones, Roman Woman: Everyday Life in Hadrian's Britain , a scholarly blend of fact and fiction portraying a year in the life of a British woman married to a retired Roman soldier in York. Stephen Baxter, Emperor , alternative history about a Celtic noble who sides with Rome during its conquest of Britain, because of a prophecy in his family's hands; 1 in the Time's Tapestry series.

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Stephen Baxter, Conqueror , alternative history about a girl in Anglo-Saxon Britain on the eve of the Norman Conquest who remembers the prophecy handed down in her family after Vikings destroy the last written copies; 2 in the Time's Tapestry series. Stephen Baxter, Navigator , alternative history about the English and Spanish descendants of a family with memories of a prophecy, during , when Europe's only Muslim state fell and Columbus sailed westward; 3 in the Time's Tapestry series.

Stephen Baxter, Weaver , alternative history set in a Nazi-occupied Britain during the s; 4 in the Time's Tapestry series. Gillian Bradshaw, Island of Ghosts , about a Sarmatian prince who, while serving in the Roman legions in Britain during the rule of Marcus Aurelius, uncovers a potentially dangerous conspiracy. John Henry Clay, The Lion and the Lamb , about a young man in late fourth-century Roman Britain, a time of barbarian invasions from the north.

Amanda Cockrell, The Legions of the Mist , about the disappearance of Rome's Ninth Legion in Scotland during the first century scholars now believe the legion probably was not lost but was redeployed to the Rhineland. Richard Denham and M.


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