Number two in the trilogy (?) and a really enjoyable read. Sorry to have finished it, looking forward to ordering the third any time i have a birthday soon.
He certainly knows his Roman-period onions, does Harry. He’s clearly done the research that will add to the enjoyment for the reader, without getting bogged down in detail and description.
It’s a good story – there’s more trouble in the east – well written and you don’t need to have read the first to jump in here.
So, if you’ve got a few days to drift off away to Rome in, you can certainly do worse than have a go at his one.