'We talked a little about Aelius Sejanus the last time we met. The fact that you are reading this shows that the time for talk is past. The man is a malignant growth, a danger to Rome, and he must be removed. No; I dislike euphemisms. Sejanus must be killed.'
Back home temporarily for his father's funeral, Corvinus finds that he has been left a commission by the dead Empress Livia. The only drawback is that Sejanus is the Emperor Tiberius's trusted deputy, and the most powerful man in Rome....
The third book in the Marcus Corvinus series.
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