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Yes, it is pretty pathetic when the best entry I can come up with in a month is nothing but Blatant Self Promotion.

Well, actually that's not quite true because this time I want to alert everyone to a £4.99 ebook from Head of Zeus that contains not only One for Sorrow by Mary and me but also Bruce McBain's Roman Games and Wine of Violence by Priscilla Royal.

ROMAN GAMES: Rome, AD 95 – a city under the thrall of a tyrant. It is up to Gaius Plinius Secundus - better known to posterity as Pliny the Younger - to investigate the murder of one of emperor's favourites. He has just 15 days to solve the case, 15 days that will threaten Pliny's conscience, his life and the stability of Rome itself.

ONE FOR SORROW: Amid the splendour and the squalor of sixth-century Byzantium. A treasury official has been murdered. Could someone have killed him for a priceless holy relic? A Knight from distant Bretania seems to believe so...

WINE OF VIOLENCE: AD 1270. On a remote East Anglian coast stands the priory of Tyndal, a place dedicated to love and peace. But Eleanor of Wynethorpe, the new prioress, will find little of either... Only a day after Eleanor's arrival, a brutally mutilated monk is found dead in the cloister gardens.

That's a trip of not 500 years, not 800 years, but nearly 1,200 years and all for only £4.99.

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