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Requiem for a Slave (Libertus Mystery of Roman Britain #11)

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The eleventh book in the Libertus Mystery of Roman Britain series - Libertus has an important order to fulfil for Quintus Severus, who has commissioned a new mosaic. But when Lucius, the pie-maker, is found dead in Libertus' workshop, and Libertus' faithful slave Minimus is missing, he is once again dragged into a criminal underworld. Can Libertus find Minimus, clear him o...more
ebook, 240 pages
Published April 1st 2011 by Severn House Digital (first published February 1st 2010)
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Marie Parsons
Libertus is a Celt in Roman Britain, who has become a citizen of Rome. A craftsman who creates mosaic pieces, he has for his patron a wealthy Roman.

Libertus has a reputation for solving crimes. So when two murders take place, and each body is found in his workshop, he starts to see patterns. What develops is a web of treason (a Roman decurion helping rebels in the area), assassination for hire (a Roman courier who kills on order), and an election that is subject to bribery.

The story flows quickl...more
Lizzie Hayes
‘Requiem for a Slave’ by Rosemary Rowe
Published by Severn House. ISBN: 978-0-7278-6877-0

Libertus has an important meeting with Quintus Severus, and hurrying back to his workshop to meet this esteemed client to discuss a new mosaic, he is annoyed to see yet again the greasy tray of pie-seller Lucius propped against his precious stock. He berates himself for being soft and buying one of Lucius’s pies which even the starving dogs won’t eat. He prays that Quintus Severus has not yet arrived and call...more
Mary Kay  Kare
Most disappointing of the Libertus series. Much running around futilely, much not seeing the nose on one's face, much assuming on no evidence. Then everything was rushed together at the end with no evidence, merely supposition. People conveniently confessed. I've mostly liked the others in this series, but found this one just a mess. I'll read the next one because I've liked the others. But unless that goes back to a higher standard....
Margareth8537
Enjoy reading about Libertus and his family
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