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Publisher Description

One of the Roman novels from the bestselling historical fiction Falco series.

‘Luckily the judge was eager to adjourn for lunch.’

Having returned from his trip to Londinium, Falco takes up employment with two lawyers at the top of their trade. For the trial of a senator, they need Falco to make an affidavit confirming repayment of a loan. Having been out of the country and starved of Forum gossip for some time, Falco has little interest in this trial, so he makes his deposition and then leaves.

The prosecution are successful and a large financial judgment is made, but one month later the senator is dead, apparently by suicide. The heirs are now in a situation of not having to pay up, and the prosecutor suddenly decides to seek out Falco. With a little coercion, Falco joins the prosecution in seeking to persuade a magistrate to instigate a new trial. Blinded by the vision of rich pickings to be gained by the prosecution, Falco temporarily forgets that, if they fail, the financial penalties levelled against the informers who brought the case are potentially enormous.

GENRE
Fiction & Literature
RELEASED
2011
28 February
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
352
Pages
PUBLISHER
Random House
SELLER
The Random House Group Limited
SIZE
4
MB

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