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The Jupiter Myth

Davis, Lyndsey

Published by Mysterious Press Sept. 2003, 2003
ISBN 10: 0892967773 / ISBN 13: 9780892967773
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Title: The Jupiter Myth

Publisher: Mysterious Press Sept. 2003

Publication Date: 2003

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: New

Edition: First Edition.


Hardback Mystery 1st Ed. As New/As New; 62866-1. Bookseller Inventory # 80511

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Synopsis: Lindsey Davis' popular Marcus Didius Falco series continues with a classic noir tale of gangsters, gladiators, and romance. For Falco, an attempt at relaxing while visiting his wife Helena's relatives in Britain turns serious when a murder is discovered. King Togidubnus, the renegade henchman of Rome's vital ally, has been stuffed head-first down a barroom well-leading to a tricky diplomatic situation which Falco must defuse. Making matters worse, the town has become a magnet for criminals from Rome...and one murder leads to others. With the army turning a blind eye, Falco and his partner Petronius must lead the hunt for gangsters intent on taking over the city. From the wharves beside the River Thamesis to the old haunts of organized crime back home in Italy, Falco and Petronius face danger and death in every corner. Will they be able to return order to the city before they lose everything they hold dear?

From the Inside Flap: The fourteenth Falco novel is a tale of love, gangsters and female gladiators ? including one from Falco?s own past.

Falco and his family are staying in London when Falco is summoned to the scene of a murder. The victim, Verovolcus, was a renegade with ties to Roman crime magnates operating in London, but he was also close to King Togidubnus. So when he is discovered stuffed head-first down a well, a tricky diplomatic situation develops that Falco must defuse, and which leads him into the seedy underbelly of London. There is a newly built amphitheatre in town, with female gladiators, but Falco soon realizes that the initially troublesome gladiators ? including one from his own bachelor past ? may just give him the edge he needs to solve Verovolcus? murder, as the gangsters are pursued back to the Italian town of Ostia for a final showdown.

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