Books by Rosemary Rowe

A WHISPERING OF SPIES by Rosemary Rowe
Released: Aug. 1, 2012

"Historical details provide the principal pleasures in Libertus' 13th case (The Vestal Vanishes, 2011, etc.), but the mystery still poses a challenge."
A favor for his wealthy patron puts a Roman citizen of Britain in a dangerous predicament. Read full book review >
THE VESTAL VANISHES by Rosemary Rowe
MYSTERY THRILLER
Released: Aug. 1, 2011

"Rowe's Roman Britain mysteries (Requiem for a Slave, 2010, etc.) feature complex puzzles intertwined with historical detail; her latest offers some clever twists sure to please."
The disappearance of a Vestal Virgin is cause for alarm. Read full book review >
REQUIEM FOR A SLAVE by Rosemary Rowe
MYSTERY THRILLER
Released: June 1, 2010

"The historical detail readers expect from Rowe's Roman Britain adventures (Death at Pompeia's Wedding, 2009, etc.) is complemented by a satisfyingly complex puzzle."
That noted local sleuth, freeman mosaic maker Libertus, must solve murders on his own doorstep. Read full book review >
DEATH AT POMPEIA’S WEDDING by Rosemary Rowe
MYSTERY THRILLER
Released: Feb. 1, 2009

"Libertus' tenth (A Coin for the Ferryman, 2007, etc.) is a crisp and skillfully plotted whodunit full of deft period detail."
Libertus proves a clumsy spy, but redeems himself when murder mars a lavish wedding. Read full book review >
A ROMAN RANSOM by Rosemary Rowe
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Oct. 1, 2006

"Libertus' eighth case (The Chariots of Calyx, 2005, etc.) nicely balances historical authenticity and a solid whodunit."
An ancient freeman sleuth helps his patron catch a cold-blooded kidnapper. Read full book review >