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I, Claudia: A Novel of the Ancient World

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I, Claudia: A Novel of the Ancient World

“They were the faces of my dreams…”


Claudia Procula—wife of one of the most controversial figures in ancient history—comes alive to twenty-first-century readers in a groundbreaking new novel by the award-winning author of the Lindsey McCall medical mystery series.

For decades, the daughter of the last Oracle at Delphi has suppressed

Paperback, 272 pages
Published December 7th 2018 by Wyatt Mackenzie Imprint
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I considered it the definition of ironic to be asked about whether a book is too controversial while reading a book that tries to put Pontius Pilate in a good light. That this book has been published should buck up every author that no subject is too 'out there'. Lin Wilder has stepped into historical fiction for the first time, but you couldn't tell from reading this instant classic.

Working up a creation of a life for Claudia was brilliant. The character is instantly adorable and one the reader
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Lin Wilder holds a Doctorate in Public Health and has published extensively in fields like cardiac physiology, institutional ethics, and hospital management. In 2007, she switched from non-fiction to fiction. Her series of medical thrillers include many references to the Texas Medical Center where Lin worked for over twenty-three years.
Wilder’s first novel, The Fragrance Shed By A Violet: Murder