Usurpers, A Novel of the Late Roman Empire

Intelligence agent Marcus must escape the court of Emperor Constans after he uncovers the humiliating secret of the young ruler's vice-ridden entourage. But his flight lands him in greater danger—a delicate assignment to investigate a military conspiracy to usurp Constans’ throne. Worse, this mission means spying on the very man whose trust Marcus craves more than anything. More

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Published by Eyes and Ears
Words: 107,500
Language: English
ISBN: 9782970088936
About Q. V. Hunter

Q. V. Hunter is the author of eleven novels, including five Embers of Empire stories of espionage in the Roman Empire of the mid-fourth century, the latest published in 2015. Two more exciting tales in The Embers of Empire series are planned for publication in 2016.

Hunter lives in a Jurassien village which was once a lookout point for Roman soldiers posted to Julius Caesar's colony Noviodunum. They were assigned the resettlement and administration of Celtic Helvetic 'barbarians' defeated in the Battle of Bibracte in 58 BC.

Hunter is married to a descendant of Alemannic refugees of the Roman Empire. They have three adult children, all of whom managed to study Latin and Greek in high school before the Cantonal authorities slashed their Classics budget. Contact the author c/o Eyes and Ears Editorial, eyesandears.editions@gmail.com

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