Aurelia by Alison Morton

  • Paperback: 286 pages

  • Publisher: Pulcheria Press (22 Jan. 2019)

  • Language: English

  • ISBN-13: 979-1097310165



Note that the book is reduced in price during enduring blogtour. Perfect time to buy the book and finding out what the fuss is all about.


1960s Roma Nova. Retrained as an undercover agent, ex-Praetorian officer Aurelia Mitela is sent to Berlin to investigate silver smuggling, but barely escapes a near-lethal trap. Her lifelong nemesis, Caius Tellus, is determined to eliminate her. When Aurelia is closing in on him, he strikes at her most vulnerable point – her young daughter.

A former military commander, Aurelia is one of Roma Nova’s strong women, but she doubts in her heart and mind that she can overcome her implacable enemy. And what part does the mysterious and attractive Miklós play – a smuggler who knows too much?

If you enjoy reading mystery books for women with plenty of twists and a female protagonist driving the action, this is for you!

Fourth in the Roma Nova thriller series, where Roman fiction is brought into the 20th century through an alternative history lens and first of the AURELIA trilogy. INSURRECTIO and RETALIO complete the trilogy.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Alison Morton writes the Roma Nova thriller series featuring modern Praetorian heroines. This springs from a deep love of Roman history, six years’ military service and a life of reading crime, adventure and thriller fiction.

All six full-length novels have received the BRAG Medallion. SUCCESSIO, AURELIA and INSURRECTIO were selected as Historical Novel Society’s Indie Editor’s Choices. AURELIA was a finalist in the 2016 HNS Indie Award. SUCCESSIO featured as Editor’s Choice in The Bookseller.

A ‘Roman nut’ since age 11, Alison has misspent decades clambering over Roman sites throughout Europe. She holds an MA History, blogs about Romans, social media and writing. Oh, and she gives talks.

She continues writing, cultivates a Roman herb garden and drinks wine in France with her husband. To get the latest news, subscribe to her free newsletter

Twitter : @alison_morton

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My Thoughts

I am never sure what to expect when I read a book from a series when I haven’t really read the other ones first.

This book was not easy for me as I didnt pick up on the intricacies of the characters.

What I did see was a strong story that allowed me to fall for the style of the author. It made me want to go back and read more of this authors work.

I really think this author has a lot of offer and that the books are going to be some of the best books.

I am really looking forward to reading more from this author and seeing how the story unfolds.

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