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As Caesar marches on Rome and panic erupts in the city, Gordianus the Finder discovers, in his own home, the body of Pompey's favorite cousin. Before fleeing the city, Pompey exacts a terrible bargain from the finder of secrets-to unearth the killer, or sacrifice his own son-in-law to service in Pompey's legions, and certain death. Amid the city's sordid underbelly, Gordianus learns that the murdered man was a dangerous spy. Now, as he follows a trail of intrigue, betrayal, and ferocious battles on land and sea, the Finder is caught between the chaos of war and the terrible truth he must finally reveal.
Publisher: New York : St. Martin's Paperbacks, 2000, c1999.
Edition: St. Martin's paperbacks edition
ISBN: 9780312971182
0312971184
Branch Call Number: M SAYLOR S
Characteristics: [xiii], 301 pages : map ; 18 cm.

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merlinsilver
Apr 23, 2016

GREAT !!! One of Saylor's best!!

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siempre49
Jan 20, 2015

I have enjoyed all of Steven Saylor's books, including the Roma series. I especially like the fact that they are historically correct and the author's notes at the end.

this is the most recent one ... it is worth beginning with the first and working through the series. Lucky you! but, don't read the novel, not part of the series, "Rome"; it is horrible.

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