Unlike the previous series I reviewed (Chelmsford 123 and Plebs), this is a docudrama. Or rather, dramatised scenes in between documentary commentary by notable historians and classicists. The series is produced by Netflix, and it’s nice to see them tackle real history: this isn’t Starz’ Spartacus, which was very entertaining with all the blood and […]

…Goodreads’ #1 Best Reviewer, Archit Ojha, gives your novel 5 stars! 🙂 Don’t think. Just delve in! When a murder happens in mysterious circumstances, you better should know whom to contact. This suspicious death asks us to invite the lead protagonist, Felix. Because of the political influences, the murder gets its full publicity. Sounds interesting, […]

Following the last post where I celebrated a (rather dubious) review of Murder In Absentia, this weekend was graced by two great reviews. The first from TJ Green: I’d heard lots of good things about this book, and I’m pleased to say I was not disappointed! This book is a detective story set in ancient Rome, […]