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Arms of Nemesis - Steven Saylor
Arms of Nemesis
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Format: paperback
ISBN: 9781845292461 (1845292464)
Publisher: Robinson
Pages no: 436
Edition language: English
Series: Roma Sub Rosa 1 (#2)
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A Scottish-Canadian Blethering On About Books
A Scottish-Canadian Blethering On About Books rated it
3.0 Arms of Nemesis
I have read "Roman Blood" (the first in Saylor's series) sometime in the distant past, so Gordianus the Finder and his (former slave) wife and adopted son were vaguely familiar to me, but it was nice to rediscover them.Enjoyed this mystery; I had the culprit picked out as "probable" fairly early on,...
Sorry kids, no feet.
Sorry kids, no feet. rated it
3.0 Arms of Nemesis
3.5 stars (Goodreads stop screwing with my notifications and the ads that appear in my sidebars and work on a half star rating system!) This novel was the weakest of Saylor's novels featuring Gordianus the Finder. The story didn't seem to move alone as rapidly and flawlessly as the previous novels. ...
Wyvernfriend Reads
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4.0 Arms of Nemesis
Full of period details, Gordianus the Finder is involved in a case that touches several people. Crassus' brother is dead and one of the slaves is blamed, as that slave has absconded Crassus decides to kill all the slaves in the Villa. Not an unusual thing to do in the time. Giordanus is convinced...
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3.0 Arms of Nemesis: A Novel of Ancient Rome (St. Martin's Minotaur Mysteries)
An entertaining read for the second book in the seriers about Roman "Gordianus the Finder." I think I enjoy these books more for the Roman History than I do for the mystery. The mystery in this book involves the murder of a man and the response of the man's benefactor and his desire to kill all sl...
Wyvernfriend Reads
Wyvernfriend Reads rated it
4.0 Arms of Nemesis: A Novel of Ancient Rome (St. Martin's Minotaur Mysteries)
Full of period details, Gordianus the Finder is involved in a case that touches several people. Crassus' brother is dead and one of the slaves is blamed, as that slave has absconded Crassus decides to kill all the slaves in the Villa. Not an unusual thing to do in the time. Set during the period o...
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