The Flames of Cyzicus: A Cassius Corbulo short story by Nick Brown
|Title: The Flames of Cyzicus: A Cassius Corbulo short story
Author: Nick Brown
Rating: 5.0 out of 5.0 stars(6)
Set between the events of ‘The Siege’ and ‘The Imperial Banner’, this compelling short story follows imperial agent Cassius Corbulo as he investigates a mysterious series of fires.
PRAISE FOR NICK BROWN’S ‘Agent of Rome’ novels:
‘Brown has become a master of his trade, serving up thrilling Roman history and mystery courtesy of a band of now hard-bitten combatants and comrades whose adventures in imperial wastelands and far-flung hotspots are becoming the stuff of legend.” – Lancashire Evening Post.
‘A fast-paced, action-packed novel tinged with humour which brings alive the harsh reality of the period, the people and the culture.’ – Historical Novels Review.
‘A Roman James Bond … an abundance of intrigue and clever counter-moves.’ – de Telegraaf, Holland.
‘A race against the hourglass … an exciting, engaging mix between Indiana Jones, Hercule Poirot and James Bond.’ – SJA Turney, author of the Marius Mules’ series.
‘If you love Scarrow, adore Iggulden and of course admire Scott, then make sure you add Brown to your list. Great Stuff.’ – Falcata Times.