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The Emperor's Silver Still recovering from his previous assignment in Arabia, imperial agent Cassius Corbulo has been spending most of his time and money on women and wine Unfortunately for him, word of his achievements has reached the emperor Aurelian s deputy and he is sent north, tasked with smashing a counterfeiting gangCassius tracks the criminals to the city of Berytus, where his investigations are hampered by civil unrest and uncooperative officials, not to mention the personal problems of his servant Simo and bodyguard Indavara Despite this and intense pressure from his superiors the young officer eventually closes in on the gangBut his enemies will do anything to protect their profits, and Cassius and Indavara soon find themselves fighting not only for the emperor, but for their very survival



10 thoughts on “The Emperor's Silver

  1. Sean Barrs Sean Barrs says:

    Who would have thought that Cassius would willingly accept a new mission Well, if three men raided my house in the middle of the night and wounded my bodyguard, in a very sensitive area, I d want to escape too Indeed, someone is out to get Cassius, so he accepts what he believes to be a nice easy mission to get away from his pursuers However, his new mission isn t easy it is quite the opposite an


  2. Jane Jane says:

    This series keeps getting better and better The author has outdone himself I read slowly to make it last, since I KNEW I would really enjoy this latest Agent of Rome adventure And I was absolutely right This adventure wasof a detective story, with Cassius, Simo, and Indavara in Berytus modern Beirut investigating a ring of counterfeiters They gladly accept the aid of government officials and City serg


  3. Kate Kate says:

    I love this series so much and The Emperor s Silver does not disappoint on the contrary The perfect mix of action, fine writing and a trio of characters I just can t get enough of There are undertones here about the darker side of the Roman empire, including slavery and the exposure of infants, and that adds something very special Excellent.


  4. Speesh Speesh says:

    Perhaps not the best one in the series so far, I have got to say It felt like there were long time where it seemed as though nothing much happened with relevance to the mission Though when it did, itthan made up for it and is surely better than most And a great relief not to be staggering from one huge battle to another.The story is again a detective story, a whodunnit, set in the Roman Middle East, 273AD Corbu


  5. Robin Carter Robin Carter says:

    ReviewFor me this is one of the stand out series in Roman fiction, something different, not built around battles, it follows the exploits of Cassius an officer of the Grain Men or the Frumentarii In this tale we follow our due of Cassius and Indavara on what should be aquiet and sedate posting to uncover a counterfeiting ring, somethingcerebral andsuited to Cassius talents than Indavara s the ex gladiator who has sa


  6. Jasper Jasper says:

    originally posted at you have been following my reviews of Nick Brown s Agent of Rome series including short fiction pieces , you know that I am a big fan of his writing And it is with a reason, he writing is catchy, fast paced and his vision of the Roman Empire is just as it had to be, beautiful yet brutal at the same time From the first book, The Siege, Nick Brown has never missed a beat in his writing, I kindly urge y


  7. Paul Bennett Paul Bennett says:

    After some harrowing and dangerous assignments, Cassius Corbulo is looking forward to a seemingly less life threatening job that will utilize his growing investigative skills So, along with his imposing bodyguard Indavara and his Christian slave Simo, Corbulo heads to the town of Berytus to uncover a counterfeiting ring Seemingly is the operative word in the opening sentence as the situation in this small peaceful town is har


  8. Nick Brett Nick Brett says:

    Roman adventure at its best I think this is the fifth in a series that continues to get better and better, great storylines and compelling and interesting characters bring these books to life Although the author is not yet as well known as some of the others that write in this space, he deserves to be with confident and engaging writing.Cassius is a grain man , a Roman investigator He is fairly young and needs the help of a bodygu


  9. Rachel Rachel says:

    Another of the Agent of Rome books which was a thoroughly good read The mix of characters is really interesting and engaging, and as ever, a really good plot or were there several I thought at the beginning that this one might be less exciting as the characters did but, no it was just as gripping Downside The last two lines of the book mean that I now have to go straight on to the next one Not a problem really


  10. Rich Mainville Jr. Rich Mainville Jr. says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here Another job well done by Nick Brown This time he releasesinformation about Indavara s past And it the end, it looks like the cliffhanger is due to this past This book was different than the rest, in that by the end, the enemies were defeated but not killed or captured They cleverly escaped from Cassius This was a pretty cool twist even though we all love to see


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