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The Roman Mysteries: The Fugitive from Corinth: Book 10
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Caroline Lawrence Andrew Davidson
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The Roman Mysteries: The Fugitive from Corinth: Book 10

Caroline Lawrence Andrew Davidson



Children's & Educational;
Historical fiction (Children's&YA)


240 pages

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May AD 80. Flavia and her three friends, Jonathan, Nubia and Lupus are in Cenchrea, the eastern harbour of Corinth, the hometown of Aristo, their tutor. But Aristo tells them he is not coming back with them this time. Later, there is a commotion, and the children find a blood-soaked Aristo crouched over Flavia's father, who has been stabbed. The children set off for Delphi in pursuit of Aristo . . .

By:   Caroline Lawrence
Designed by:   Andrew Davidson
Imprint:   Orion
Country of Publication:   United Kingdom
Volume:   No. 10
Dimensions:   Height: 197mm,  Width: 151mm,  Spine: 18mm
Weight:   226g
ISBN:   9781842555156
ISBN 10:   1842555154
Series:   Roman Mystery0
Pages:   240
Publication Date:   August 2006
Recommended Age:   From 9
Audience:   Children/juvenile ,  9-11 years ,  English as a second language
Format:   Paperback
Publisher's Status:   Active

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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.

Another enjoyable and educational story, this entry into the Roman Mysteries series allows us to enjoy a road trip through some of the most famous and beautiful parts of Roman-period Greece... another fun and intriguing entry into the series with a nice emotional undercurrent in the idenitity of Captain Geminus as the victim, giving the story greater interest and enotional depth. -- Juliette Harrison POP CLASSICS

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