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By Jane Finnis

An outstanding summer season in a hundred advert and stable govt less than Trajan Caesar promise good for the Roman settlers within the frontier province of Britannia.

Aurelia Marcella runs a mansion on a hectic highway to York. June is usually busy, yet sooner or later strange occasions happen: a soldier is murdered in his mattress on the lodge, and a letter arrives from Isurium, a small citadel north of the town. it truly is from a cousin, Jovina, inviting Aurelia to a midsummer party. however the missive additionally reads as a plea for aid, concerning “danger within the wind.”

The murdered soldier additionally bore a message, locked in Aurelia’s strongbox, indicating violence could erupt on the exact same castle at the day of the party.

At Isurium, Aurelia unearths Jovina and her drunken husband and unruly childrens stuck in a tangled internet of greed, love, intrigue, and dying. whilst violence engulfs the district, Aurelia unexpectedly reveals herself at risk from enemies engaged in an anti- Roman plot and from kinfolk bent on faulty or evil agendas in their personal. this is often the 4th in a chain.

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