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Centurion Valens and the Empress of Death
     

Centurion Valens and the Empress of Death

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by James Mace
 

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In the year 44 A.D., following the Conquest of Britannia, Centurion Valens returns to Rome in Triumph. It will be his last official act as a soldier of the Empire, as he looks forward to a well-deserved retirement. Instead, a night of drunken debauchery leads him into a web of deceit, betrayal, and unholy lust. Valens tries to salvage his sanity and his life as he

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In the year 44 A.D., following the Conquest of Britannia, Centurion Valens returns to Rome in Triumph. It will be his last official act as a soldier of the Empire, as he looks forward to a well-deserved retirement. Instead, a night of drunken debauchery leads him into a web of deceit, betrayal, and unholy lust. Valens tries to salvage his sanity and his life as he plunges further down a harrowing decent into madness, wrought by the hands of the Empress Messalina herself.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940013826632
Publisher:
James Mace
Publication date:
10/15/2011
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
422,677
File size:
72 KB

Meet the Author

James Mace was born in Edmonds, Washington, and grew up in Meridian, Idaho. He joined the United States Air Force out of high school, and three years later changed over to the Army. He spent a career as a soldier, including service in the Iraq War.

In 2011, he left his full-time position with Army Guard and devoted himself completely to writing. His series, Soldier of Rome - The Artorian Chronicles, has been a best-seller in ancient history on Amazon Kindle. His latest, Forlorn Hope: The Storming of Badajoz was his first non-Roman work.

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Centurion Valens and the Empress of Death 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I enjoyed reading this book, but the previous books were better and I assume there are more to come?
Anonymous More than 1 year ago