Last Act In Palmyra

Last Act In Palmyra by Lindsay Davis

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Lindsey Davis (born: 1943, England) is an English writer. After graduation, she taught English at Oxford and worked for the Civil Service. Taking advantage of the government`s support program for aspiring writers, she quit her job and began writing stories for the women`s TV series Woman`s Realm. However, the soul of the writer asked for more interesting topics, and Ancient Rome became such a topic for her. In 1998, Davis writes "The Way of Honor" - the story of the real love between Emperor Vespasian and Antonia Caenis. By the time this book was published, Lindsay Davis was already a real expert on Rome, since back in 89, she published the first novel (The Silver Pigs) of her historical detective saga. In 2001, the thirteenth book of the series, "The Body in the Bath", was published. The protagonist of detective novels is Marcus Didius Falco, whose specialty - informer is not very pleasant to the ear of a Russian person (informant or informant). In fact, Falco is a detective, and then a government agent of the emperors Vespasian and Titus. Author`s site http://www.lindseydavis.co.uk Bibliography 1989 The silver pigs 1990 Shadows in bronze 1991 Venus in copper 1992 The iron hand of Mars 1993 Poseidon`s gold 1994 Last act in Palmyra 1995 Time to depart 1996 A dying light in Corduba Three hands in the fountain 1998 Two for the lions 1999 One virgin too many 2000 Ode to a banker 2001 A body in the bath house

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Lindsey Davis (born: 1943, England) is an English writer. After graduation, she taught English at Oxford and worked for the Civil Service. Taking advantage of the government`s support program for aspiring writers, she quit her job and began writing stories for the women`s TV series Woman`s Realm. However, the soul of the writer asked for more interesting topics, and Ancient Rome became such a topic for her. In 1998, Davis writes "The Way of Honor" - the story of the real love between Emperor Vespasian and Antonia Caenis. By the time this book was published, Lindsay Davis was already a real expert on Rome, since back in 89, she published the first novel (The Silver Pigs) of her historical detective saga. In 2001, the thirteenth book of the series, "The Body in the Bath", was published. The protagonist of detective novels is Marcus Didius Falco, whose specialty - informer is not very pleasant to the ear of a Russian person (informant or informant). In fact, Falco is a detective, and then a government agent of the emperors Vespasian and Titus. Author`s site http://www.lindseydavis.co.uk Bibliography 1989 The silver pigs 1990 Shadows in bronze 1991 Venus in copper 1992 The iron hand of Mars 1993 Poseidon`s gold 1994 Last act in Palmyra 1995 Time to depart 1996 A dying light in Corduba Three hands in the fountain 1998 Two for the lions 1999 One virgin too many 2000 Ode to a banker 2001 A body in the bath house