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“Davis' best-selling historical mysteries brim with colorful characters and rich period detail, providing readers with a vivid portrait of ancient Rome.” ―Booklist on Master and God
“Lindsey Davis doesn't just bring Rome to life--she brings Rome to life better than anyone else ever has.” ―Detroit Free Press on The Silver Pigs
“An irresistible package of history, mystery, and fast-moving action, all punctuated by a sense of humor that few writers can match.” ―The Cleveland Plain Dealer on Venus in Copper
Like the protagonist and the setting. Good solid read for lovers of detective fiction and ancient settingsPublished 1 month ago by Lucy
The Ides of April is the first in Lindsey Davis’ new mystery series set in ancient Rome, featuring Flavia Albia, the adopted daughter of her popular series detective, Marcus... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Vicki J. Kondelik
Marcus Didius Falco's oldest daughter is introduced in this, the first of a new series by Lindsey Davis. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Kindle Customer
This is a great start of a new and wonderful series by Lindsey Davis. I have read and enjoyed and loved Lindsey Davis' Falco series for years. Read morePublished 3 months ago by JTinBellevue
This is the first book I read from Lindsey Davis. I liked the overall storyline, and found the use of modern language for a book set back in early Roman times to be interesting. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Linda Straub
A new idea for a detective novel that is quite accurate in its background in Rome.Published 3 months ago by Dee
The heir to Marcus Didius Falco appears in her debut mystery. Strangely, the author--a woman--writes a better male protagonist than female protagonist, so the character feels as... Read morePublished 5 months ago by J. M. Massi
The second star is for the sense of ancient Rome, which is well-conveyed, and lingering fondness for the Falco novels.
This was a most mystifying book. Read more