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Book: The Centurion Chronicles Book Three Caesar's Shield by J.M. Garlock
After being treated by surgeons the Centurion recuperates at Caesar's country villa.Caesar is told that mysterous footprints have been seen in the garden. Speculatores? Perhaps but why? The surgeons insist the Centurion will make a full recovery. Quintus is dismayed. Half of the Centurion's right hand little finger has been amputated. Quintus reveals the cause of his animosity toward the [...]
 
Book: The Centurion Chronicles by J.M. Garlock
The year is 58 BC. Centurion First Class Sextius Baculus, a 10-year, battle hardened army veteran is attending his sister's wedding in Rome when he receives word that Julius Caesar's army is mobilizing on the northern frontier near the France-Switzerland border to repel an anticipated invasion by expansonistic Gauls. Joined by his new orderly Marcus, the Centurion races north to join his unit, [...]
 
Book: The Centurion Chronicles Book Two The Belgae by J.M. Garlock
Julius Caesar & his army of 30,000 winter in the land of the Sequani. Centurion Publius Baculus recounts the batte of the Rhine River the previous year where Caesar rescued him from the Germans & makes his way back to the Roman camp where he recovers from his wounds. Centurion Baculus & Tribune Lutatius Vitius of the 5th Cohort go on a reconnaisance mission led by speculatores across the Rhine [...]
 
Book: Rome - Keys to the Ancient City (Travel Series) by Patty Civalleri
Going to Rome? Do it differently than the mass tourists. Patty Civalleri shows you how to visit the capital of Italy while avoiding the crowds, staying cool, and getting to know its true heart. If you have been to Rome before, Patty will take you deeper by showing you hundreds of other sites that were left behind by the Romans. Most guides focus only on 6 or 7 sites, but Patty has discovered [...]
 
Book: Soldier of Rome - The Legionary (The Artorian Chronicles Book 1) by James Mace
In the year 9 A.D. three Roman legions under Quintilius Varus are betrayed by the Germanic war chief, Arminius, and destroyed in the forest known as Teutoburger Wald. Six years later, Rome is ready to unleash her vengeance. Emperor Tiberius sends his adopted son, Germanicus Caesar, across the Rhine with an army of forty-thousand imperial soldiers. They come not on a mission of conquest, but of [...]
 
Book: Outerborough Blues - A Brooklyn Mystery by Andrew Cotto
A beautiful young French girl walks into a bar, nervously lights a cigarette, and begs the bartender for help in finding her missing artist brother. In a moment of weakness, the bartender a lone wolf named Caesar Stiles with a chip on his shoulder and a Sicilian family curse hanging over him agrees. What follows is a stylish literary mystery set in Brooklyn on the dawn of gentrification. While [...]
 
Book: The Portal of the Beast - Triptych of The Reign of Never Death - 1 (Chronicles of a Stolen World Book 4) by J. A. Hailey
THEIR WORLD HAS BEEN STOLEN! But the virtuals have no idea of what exactly has been done. To find out, Esmeralda, BC and Caesar undertake a mission in the human world - carrying weapons with License To Kill! Despite being desperately concerned for the safety of Sabine and Louis, who have argued their way into this extremely dangerous mission, the virtual operatives have no option but to penetrate [...]
 
Book: Antioch - A Dystopian Future Collides with Ancient Rome (The Sword of Agrippa Book 1) by Gregory Ness
Take a blood-soaked magic carpet ride into a violent ancient Rome. A scientist experimenting with a new generation of "quantum" materials discovers deep personal connections with a young Roman engineer arriving with Julius Caesar in 47 BC Alexandria. The result is an immersive trek through the fall of Silicon Valley and the rise of the Roman Empire. "A masterpiece." - BookViral 2017 United [...]
 
Book: Three Magical Beings of Light - A Short Story of a Most Unusual Encounter by M.G. Hawking
A Magical Short Story for Kids and Adults. This engaging, fantastical romp will have you and your children laughing out loud, and you'll love the chance to believe in magic again, for in this story magic is not an illusion but something we all possess. Whimsical and richly entertaining from the opening scene to the unexpected conclusion, this short story takes you to a marvelous place and will [...]
 
Book: Ian's Gang - The Bad Ian by Ian Kidd
This is the first story in the science fiction adventure series "Ian's Gang". In "The Bad Ian", Prince Ian Williams from the planet Zakaria is chosen to head up a new organization - "Ian's Gang" - for the purpose of introducing the Earth to its true place in the cosmos. Unfortunately, Ian's crazily jealous and just-plain-crazy identical twin brother Julius ("The Bad Ian") Williams intends to put [...]
 
Book: Tuatha and the Seven Sisters Moon by D. VonThaer
Julius Caesar wrote of the Celts: The Celts were fearless warriors because they wish to inculcate this as one of their leading tenets, that souls do not become extinct, but pass after death from one body to another. Seven Sisters. The infamous collection of stars align with the full moon on Hallo een, alighting the sky for a destiny that s waited centuries. Dru, a gifted, but tormented witch [...]
 
Book: Felicity's Beaus - How Could She Choose Just One? by Madison Kent
It is the year 1600 in London, England, Will Shakespeare's play Julius Caesar has just opened at the Globe in Bankside. Felicity Faraday, the daughter of a wealthy banker, who has everything except the romantic lover she desires, will be attending the performance seeking captives for her upcoming dinner. She wants as many eligible, handsome men as she can persuade to come to be there. Her [...]
 
Book: Red Fury Revolt (The Agricola series Book 1) by J. F. Ridgley
A.D. 60... Three towns writhe under the Iceni queen's wrath, as she leads her warriors intent on destroying all things Roman - be it Roman temples, Roman villas, or entire families sympathetic to Rome. At stake is Suetonius Paulinus's reputation. With only 80,000 legionaries, will he destroy Boudica and her horde of 200,000 warriors or will he endure the disgrace in Rome for losing-to a woman? in [...]
 
Book: Bygone Buffoonery - The Real Fake History by Jeff Charlebois
Did you know that mankind was nearly doomed when treasonous animals - on Noah's Ark attempted a mutiny? Or that the entire Roman Empire - nearly unraveled when a crackpot Caesar swooned for--and married--his - horse? Were you aware that a flamboyant cowboy subdued bloodthirsty - gunslingers with a two-step? What about the vaudevillian hack juggler who - received his first standing ovation in a [...]
 
Book: The Hybrid (The Hybrid Series Book 1) by Venus Morales
Ari is the daughter of Ares, the God of War. Half goddess, and half Phoenician, she is raised by her father in secrecy until her 18th birthday, until he is summoned back to Olympus. Ari chooses not follow her father, and decides to venture out into the mortal realm. There, Ari crosses paths with the archangel Julius, who bears a message from a seer. Ari, must return to the Bayou to her late [...]
 
Book: What Have The Romans Ever Done For Us - 30 ways in which the ancient Romans influence our lives today - by Colin C. Murphy
The Roman State, either as a Republic or an Empire, existed for 1,000 years and encompassed a vast area spanning Europe, the Middle East and Africa. Their influence was so enormous that even though the Roman Empire ended 1,600 years ago, we can still feel their presence in our everyday lives, although most of the time we aren't usually aware of the fact. Everything from our architecture to our [...]
 
Book: Roman Mask by Thomas M D Brooke
Rome AD 9 - Augustus Caesar rules Imperial Rome at the height of its power, as the Roman Empire stretches across the known world. Cassius, son of one of her most powerful families, is the personification of Rome's imperial strength: wealthy, popular, a war hero with a decorated military career - none of Rome's fashionable parties are complete without him - except, he hides a secret. After his [...]
 
Book: Tigers Of Wrath by Elizabeth Housden
When Flora Bellinger returned from a shopping trip to her elegant Wimbledon home to find her husband, Edward, having sex with his secretary, it was the last straw. From being a quiet, gentle, biddable creature, overnight she turned into a positive and forthright young woman, determined to have her own way and be shot of Edward and his incessant philandering for good. Flora leaves London with [...]
 
Book: From Bach to the Beatles - How Music Started by K.R. Hillyer
Bach did not invent Music. Music didn't stop when the Beatles broke up in 1971. These are simply bookends K.R. Hillyer uses for a lighthearted look at Music through the Ages. Hear how Sid Caesar discovers melody, using his fellow cavemen as test subjects. Join us as we wander with the Ancient Egyptians and their musical cats or the Greeks and their hilarious choruses (not). There's always those [...]
 
Book: Lies We Will Tell Ourselves - Science Fiction Short Stories by Andrew Knighton
"I have no objection to truth," I said, "but I enjoy untruths too, they're the building blocks of human culture. Actors pretending to be kings, singers faking heartbreak or elation, novelists inventing heroes in their heads to escape the mindless dullards around them. Reality is a vast sea of tedium interrupted by brief flashes of the repugnant - why would anyone chain themselves to that?" * A [...]
 


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