Tag Archives: David Wishart

Another Roman Book Review: Medicus

In Medicus: A Novel of the Roman Empire Ruth Downie uses the tensions between Roman army and British locals to create a believable historical setting and a page-turning mystery Roman army medic Gaius Petrius Ruso is just trying to keep … Continue reading

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MYS ROB and MYS WIS

After reading Finished Business, I wanted some more ancient Rome, so I picked up Parthian Shot from the library. In actual hardcover, because the Chapel Hill library doesn’t quite have the ebook collection that NYPL has. Across from MYS WIS, … Continue reading

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Book Review: Finished Business

Last summer, I posted about reading David Wishart’s latest Marcus Corvinus mystery, Solid Citizens. This summer, I received the newest one, Finished Business, which means more Roman mystery. YEAH! Marcus Corvinus is aging a bit now, and becomes a grandfather when his adopted daughter … Continue reading

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Solid Citizens by David Wishart

Man, I’m excited about the books I’ve been getting to review recently. Before receiving David Wishart’s new novel Solid Citizens, I’d already read Ovid, Germanicus, and Sejanus, also Roman mysteries by the same author. I discovered that Solid Citizens is actually the fifteenth Marcus … Continue reading

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