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* * Lindsey Davis The Accusers US Orders
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Review Warner, 2004 (2003) Hardcover
This 15th in the series focuses on corruption in the ancient Roman judicial system, as Falco and crew take on the case of an accused parricide. (HW)

* * * Lindsey Davis A Body in the Bathhouse US Orders
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ReviewExcerpt Arrow, 2002 (2001) Hardcover, Paperback
As Falco, Helena, babes and cohorts investigate fraud and murder at the rebuilding of a palace in Britain, they dodge assassination attempts, and track down their bathhouse banes from previous episodes. (HW)

* * * Lindsey Davis The Jupiter Myth US Orders
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Review Warner, 2003 Hardcover
In 75 AD Londinium, Marcus Didius Falco must investigate a murder, track down racketeers, and keep his family safe - 14th in the series. (MS)

* * * Lindsey Davis Nemesis: A Marcus Didius Falco Novel US Orders
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ReviewExcerpt Minotaur, 2010 (2010) Hardcover, CD
In this 20th in the series, Falco works closely with his best friend Petronius to investigate serial killers in the Pontine Marshes - who have surprisingly high level protection in Rome. (HW)

* * Lindsey Davis Ode to a Banker US Orders
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ReviewExcerpt Century, 2000 (2000) Hardcover
12th in the series about Marcus Didius Falco, informer in Ancient Rome. Right after giving a poetry reading himself, he is asked to investigate the murder of a seedy banker / publisher found with a wooden scroll rod jammed up his nose. (HW)