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The Roman Mysteries: The Enemies of Jupiter Caroline Lawrence

The Roman Mysteries: The Enemies of Jupiter By Caroline Lawrence

The Roman Mysteries: The Enemies of Jupiter by Caroline Lawrence


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Summary

Ostia is gripped by fever in the seventh Roman Mystery, and in the wake of chaos, the four detectives receive a summons from the Emperor.

The Roman Mysteries: The Enemies of Jupiter Summary

The Roman Mysteries: The Enemies of Jupiter: Book 7 by Caroline Lawrence

February, AD 80. An imperial messenger summons Jonathan's father to Rome, where the fever which started in Ostia is now threatening to become a plague. Jonathan and his three friends go, too, and need to use all their skills to solve a dangerous mystery for the Emperor Titus.

The Roman Mysteries: The Enemies of Jupiter Reviews

"The Enemies of Jupiter by Caroline Lawrence is the seventh and best in the superb detective series set in ancient Rome, where four children from different backgrounds band together to solve mysteries and right wrongs. The best thing about these books is that they are steeped in fantastically interesting and authentic historical detail." Daily Mail, 5 December 2003

About Caroline Lawrence

Caroline Lawrence is American. She won a scholarship to Cambridge to read Classical Archaeology, then did a degree in Hebrew and Jewish Studies at University College, London. She lives with her husband, a graphic designer, by the river in London and is active as a speaker in schools and at book festivals.

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GOR001109404
9781842552513
1842552511
The Roman Mysteries: The Enemies of Jupiter: Book 7 by Caroline Lawrence
Used - Very Good
Hardback
Hachette Children's Group
2003-11-06
224
N/A
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