Enemies at Home
Pages no: 352
Edition language: English
Series: Flavia Albia Mystery (#2)
When I finished “The Ides Of April”, the first book in this Falco-the-next-generation series, I wasn’t sure that I liked Flavia Albia because I found her distant and rash, setting out to find trouble. In “Enemies At Home”, I began to like her a little better. I enjoyed her insider/outsider statu...
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