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From the Publisher"An excellent series."-Library Journal
"Witty and always enjoyable mysteries."—Washington Post Book World
"Davis' excellent and funny series [is] a cross between I, CLAUDIUS and MYSTERY!"
—Rocky Mountain News
"A pure delight, with Davis's unique blend of wit and humor brilliantly immersing us in the marvels of ancient Roman life."—Good Book Guide on The Accusers
"Cheerful and informal cynicism in a solemnly detailed classical setting."
—Times Literary Supplement on The Accusers
"An irresistible package of history, mystery, and fast-moving action, all punctuated by a sense of humor that few writers can match."—Cleveland Plain Dealer on Venus in Copper
"Davis is both a deft storyteller and a scholar…a top drawer series."—Newsday on The Iron hand of Mars
"Roman history and culture are nice accessories for the more durable tool that Davis employs—hilariously good writing."—Washington Post Book World on Last Act in Palmyra
"Davis's vision of everyday life in the Roman Empire is superb. I haven't read historical fiction this good since I, Claudius by Robert Graves and The Persian Boy by Mary Renault—and this is a lot funnier."—Detroit Free Press on Shadows in Bronze
"Lindsey Davis doesn't just bring Rome to life—she brings life to Rome better than anyone else ever has."—Detroit Free Press on The Iron Hand of Mars