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Murder in Tarsis

by John Maddox Roberts

When the Lord of Tarsis finds himself with a politically volatile murder on his hands, he turns to the three most expendable inhabitants of the city for a solution.


SPQR XI: Under Vesuvius

SPQR #11

by John Maddox Roberts

In SPQR XI: Under Vesuvius, things are going well for Decius Caecilius Metellus. He is Praetor Peregrinus, which means he has to judge a case or two, but those cases are outside of the City. His cases will be...


SPQR IX: The Princess and the Pirates

SPQR #9

by John Maddox Roberts

As I walked back through the City, my mood was moderately elevated. This appointment did not displease me nearly as much as I pretended. Like most Romans I abhorred the very thought of sea duty, but this was...


SPQR IV: The Temple of the Muses

SPQR #4

by John Maddox Roberts

When Roman junior senator Decius Caecilius Metellus the Younger has a chance to join a diplomatic mission to Alexandria, he welcomes the opportunity to temporarily elude his enemies in the Eternal City-even...


SPQR VII: The Tribune's Curse

SPQR #7

by John Maddox Roberts

Decius Caecilius Metellus is happy. The weather is beautiful and he is standing for office (literally; standing, in the Roman Forum soliciting votes) with a sure chance of winning. And Caesar's ongoing dreary...


SPQR X: A Point of Law

SPQR #10

by John Maddox Roberts

Being under suspicion of murder did not hamper my freedom. This is because Romans are civilized people and don’t clap suspects into prison like barbarians do. It would take an order of a lawfully convened...


SPQR II: The Catiline Conspiracy

SPQR #2

by John Maddox Roberts

It was a summer of glorious triumph for the mighty Roman Republic. Her invincible legions had brought all foreign enemies to their knees. But in Rome there was no peace. The streets were flooded with the blood...


SPQR III: The Sacrilege

SPQR #3

by John Maddox Roberts

When a sacret woman's rite in the ancient city of Rome is infiltrated by a corrupt patrician dressed in female garb, it falls to Senator Decuis Caecilius Metellus the Younger, whose investigative skills have...


SPQR I: The Kings Gambit

SPQR #1

by John Maddox Roberts

Blackmail, corruption, treachery, murder--the glory that was Rome.

In this Edgar Award-nominated mystery, John Maddox Roberts takes readers back to a Rome filled with violence and evil. Vicious gangs ruled the...


SPQR VIII: The River God's Vengeance

SPQR #8

by John Maddox Roberts

Ancient Rome, in this accurate and evocative series, is just as politics driven as any major American city -- possibly even more. Decius Caecilius Metellus has, through a series of rather wild adventure, and...


SPQR V: Saturnalia

SPQR #5

by John Maddox Roberts

This eagerly awaited fifth book in John Maddox Roberts's Edgar-nominated historical mystery series once again takes the reader back to the Rome of Julius Caesar and the Roman Senator Decius Caecilius Metellus...


SPQR VI: Nobody Loves a Centurion

SPQR #6

by John Maddox Roberts

Julius Caesar, as we know, arrived in Gaul (now France) and announced "I Came, I Saw, I Conquered," but when Decius Metellus arrives from Rome, not seeking military glory but rather avoiding an enemy currently...


SPQR XII: Oracle of the Dead

SPQR #12

by John Maddox Roberts

Decius Caecilius Metellus, this year's magistrate for cases involving foreigners, is living the good life in southern Italy, happy to be away from Rome, a city suffering war jitters over Caesar's impending actions....


SPQR XIII: The Year of Confusion

SPQR #13

by John Maddox Roberts

“Readers looking for a crafty and entertaining journey to the past won’t be disappointed.” —Publishers Weekly on SPQR XI: Under Vesuvius Caius Julius Caesar, now Dictator of Rome, has decided to revise...