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Read an extract from Simon Scarrow’s THE BLOOD OF ROME

Posted on: 14/11/2018 with tags: extract, Macro and Cato, simon scarrow, The Blood of Rome, Roman

Ctesiphon, capital city of the Parthian Empire, March, AD 55 The setting sun lit up the broad stretch of the Tigris river, so that it gleamed like molten gold against the pale orange of the sky. The air was still and cool, and the last clouds of the thunderstorm that had drenched the city had passed to the south, leaving the faintest odour of iron in the gathering dusk. The servants of the royal palace were scurrying about their duties as they prepared the riverside pavilion for that evening’s m…

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Rooftop Bookclub comes to H for History

Posted on: 06/10/2016 with tags: alison weir, Anthony Riches, event, james henage, katherine clements, lindsay davis, robyn young, Rooftop Bookclub, s d sykes, simon scarrow, Medieval, Roman, Tudor

Join the H for History team on Thursday 10th November on the fabulous rooftop of Hachette HQ! Overlooking the Thames and the stunning London skyline, there will be two fascinating panel discussions. Tickets include two drinks to enjoy during the event, delicious nibbles, a book signing and packed goodie bag containing exclusive early proofs of three forthcoming historical treats. All this for just £10 per ticket! Click here to buy. Arrive for a prompt 6.30pm start. The event will run until 9.00p…

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