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Rome: Sword of the Legion

By: R. Cameron Cooke
Narrated by: Tim Campbell
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From USA Today best-selling author R. Cameron Cooke come the adventures of Lucius Domitius, soldier of Rome....

It's 48 BC in Alexandria, Egypt.

Victorious after the Battle of Pharsalus and enticed by the promise of riches in the East, Centurion Lucius Domitius is among the legionaries chosen to accompany Julius Caesar to Egypt. Upon arriving, the Roman troops find themselves embroiled in a sibling rivalry of a royal nature. Lucius becomes an unlikely ally with an alluring princess and her followers as they seek out the fabled Eye of Horus. Worn by the pharaohs of old, the ancient talisman promises to secure the throne for the ambitious princess and summon all of Egypt to her banner. But ancient amulets carry ancient curses, and Lucius soon discovers that some things are better left buried in the sand....

©2014 R. Cameron Cooke (P)2015 R. Cameron Cooke
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  • Categories: History

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Good first effort of Rome.

Good first effort writing about Ancient Rome. It was ok but wished it was more...Loved his,Cooke's sub adventures and WW II novels. So I will listen to the nect couple hoping they get better.