To kill a Consul.
To commit treason against the state.
To take control of the most powerful city in the world.
The most heinous crimes.
Planned and carried out by those entrusted to run the Republic?
Following on from Imperium, this book covers the five years that include Cicero’s year as Consul and the subsequent events.
If Caesar was emerging from the shadows before, he is front and foremost here. He dominates the second half of the book. He is breaking all the rules in his desire for ultimate power.
But Caesar is not the only threat to Cicero…
Less politics, more action – a great thriller, constantly surging forward.
How long will we have to wait for the final part of the trilogy?