The Senator's Darkest Days
by Joan E. Histon
This title was previously available on NetGalley and is now archived.
Pub Date 27 Mar 2020 | Archive Date 26 Mar 2020
John Hunt Publishing Ltd, https://www.johnhuntpublishing.com/tophat-books/
40AD and despite the threat of bloodshed, Senator Vivius Marcianus travels to Jerusalem to investigate the delay in erecting the Emperor's statue in the temple. Failure is not an option. When Vivius is wounded and imprisoned, it is left to Dorio to rescue his heavily pregnant sister and her children and set about proving Vivius's innocence.
The thrilling sequel to The Senator's Assignment
A Note From the Publisher
Mark Seaman, broadcaster, playwright and author
Joan Histon has created another engaging page-turner as she revisits the ruthless and often brutal political world of ancient Rome in her sequel to The Senator's Assignment. Once more her attention to detail and ability to craft a tale of conspiracy and intrigue against this seditious period in world history are perfectly aligned in this gripping thriller.
Mark Finnie, Director at Biblica
Joan is an innovative writer and moving story-teller. Over 250 writers and published authors have been part of the Lakes Writers' Retreat and Joan's writing always enamours the other writers' as she draws in readers to carefully crafted scenes with believable characters and intriguing plots.
Andrew J Chamberlain, writer and Presenter of The Creative Writer's Toolbelt Podcast
The Senator's Darkest Days is a captivating and compelling thriller. The author weaves her story with well-imagined descriptions of the people and places of the time immersing us in the politics and intrigues of Caligula's Roman Empire