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Before Pompey flees the city, he asks Rome's greatest detective, Gordianus the Finder, to solve the murder. But Pompey has reason to distrust Gordianus, who may have an allegiance with Caesar. To force his loyalty, Pompey seizes the detective's son-in-law, and makes him join his household army. By doing so, he ensures that Gordianus's involvement in the coming conflict will be a very personal one. Confused and troubled, Gordianus walks through Rome toward the house of his former friend and mentor, the poet Cicero. "All around me, I felt the uneasiness of the city, like a sleeper in the throes of a nightmare." Awakening from the nightmare, surviving the chaos, and solving this whodunit will be the Finder's toughest battle yet. --Dick Adler --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
I have enjoyed all of the "Finder" series. I do miss the light hardheartedness of the earlier books. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
Seventh in the Roma Sub Rosa historical mystery series and revolving around Gordianus the Finder, a private detective. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Kathy Davie
It almost felt like I was a spectator witnessing the events. I loved every minute of it.Published 3 months ago by Charles Banks
As usual, Steven Saylor creates an Ancient Rome that lives. His research is inpeccable, and his plots really.grab the imagination.Published 13 months ago by Mrs V.E,Jallad
As I continue to read the series, I am more and more impressed with Saylor's ability to transport the reader through time back to ancient Rome. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Stephen Forte
Godianus finds himself on the horns of a dilemma. Once again his previous investigations have created powerful and dangerous enemies.Published 19 months ago by Milo of Croton
I have read every book by Mr. Saylor. I ordered this particular one to fill out my collection of all his books. I often get the urge to go back and read one of the books again. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Roger Doyle
Just like all the other books in the Roma sub Rosa series Rubicon is a great example of historical fiction.
I'm a big fan of the series and this one didn't disappoint. Read more