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By Ruth Downie
At lengthy final, Gaius Petreius Ruso and his significant other, Tilla, are headed domestic to Gaul. yet with Tilla getting icy greetings from Ruso's family members, a loved one having mysteriously drowned at sea, and the complete Ruso loved ones teetering at the fringe of financial ruin, it is tough to visualize an unhappier reunion. that's, until eventually Severus, the family's leader creditor, lands up lifeless, and the genuine difficulty starts…
Engrossing, elaborate, and―as always―wonderfully comedian, Ruth Downie's most modern is an excellent new installment during this impossible to resist series.
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