The Silver Pigs: A Marcus Didius Falco Mystery

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Price
$18.99  $17.47
Publisher
Minotaur Books
Publish Date
Pages
352
Dimensions
5.3 X 8.1 X 1.0 inches | 0.7 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9780312614249

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About the Author

Lindsey Davis was born and raised in Birmingham, England. After taking an English degree at Oxford and working for the civil service for thirteen years, she ran away to be a writer. Her internationally bestselling novels featuring ancient Roman detective Marcus Didius Falco include Venus in Copper, The Iron Hand of Mars, Nemesis and Alexandria. She is also the author of Rebels and Traitors, set during the English Civil War. Davis is the recipient of the Crime Writers' Association Cartier Diamond Dagger Award, the highest accolade for crime writers, as well as the Ellis Peters Historical Dagger Award and the Authors' Club Best First Novel award.

Reviews

"Witty and always enjoyable mysteries." --Washington Post Book World

"Davis makes Rome live." --Washington Post Book World

"Davis is both a deft storyteller and a scholar...a top drawer series." --Newsday

"The Rome of Davis' imagination is licentious and entertaining." --San Jose Mercury News on THE MARCUS DIDIUS FALCO SERIES

"An excellent series." --Library Journal on THE MARCUS DIDIUS FALCO SERIES

"Excellent... a cross between I, CLAUDIUS and MYSTERY!" --Rocky Mountain News on THE MARCUS DIDIUS FALCO SERIES

"A pure delight... brilliantly [immerses] us in the marvels of ancient Roman life." --Good Book Guide 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

"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." --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