By Lindsey Davis
In a departure from her foreign bestselling "Marcus Didius Falco" secret sequence, Lindsey Davis creates an interesting and suspenseful love tale set in the course of historical Rome's so much turbulent interval.
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Caenis whistled, which made Athenaïs giggle.
Caenis frowned with a mixture of pleasure and puzzlement. She imagined him shambling through Rome's clamorous streets. Probably he would carry it off. Probably no one even noticed: a knight, a tribune newly released from military service and qualified for the highest administrative posts, all on his own, carrying a parcel, munching a stuffed egg. "Deplorable," he agreed wickedly. " Her wry comment on the harshness of her moral world made him pause; then he continued, "I've been trying to find you for days.
They could even, if they wanted to risk ridicule, make the acquaintance of Claudius, Antonia's surviving son, who because of various disabilities took no part in public life. The brothers came from Reate; Caenis burrowed it out. Reate was a small town in the Sabine hills—a birthplace Roman snobs would mock. Their family arranged contracts for seasonal labor and had made their money in provincial tax collection. Their father had also been a banker. They would be notables in their own country, though in Rome, among senatorial pedigrees that trailed back to the Golden Age, they must be struggling.
The Course of Honor by Lindsey Davis