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    Book 1
    Book 1

    The Fatal Fire

    AD 64. Rome is a frightening place. But little does Christian slave girl Mary realise the dangers that await her when sh... More

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    Book 2
    Book 2

    The Captive Celt

    AD 51. Bran is a slave, a prisoner of Rome, but dreams of one day returning to his homeland, Britannia, to fight against... More

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    Book 3
    Book 3

    The Grim Ghost

    AD 113. The young boy Pertinax helps his grandmother prepare a feast in Pliny's household. As all the workers are busy i... More

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    Book 4
    Book 4

    Roman Tales: The Fatal Fire

    From the bestselling author of Horrible Histories... AD 64 Rome is a frightening place. But little does Christian slav... More

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    Book 5
    Book 5

    Roman Tales: The Goose Guards

    From the bestselling author of Horrible Histories... 387 BC Rome is under attack from the vicious Gauls and the barbar... More

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    Book 6
    Book 6

    Roman Tales: The Captive Celt

    From the bestselling author of Horrible Histories... AD 51 Bran is a slave, a prisoner of Rome, but dreams of one day r... More

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    Book 7
    Book 7

    Roman Tales: The Grim Ghost

    From the bestselling author of Horrible Histories... AD 113 The young boy Pertinax helps his grandmother prepare a feas... More

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    Book 8
    Book 8

    Goose Guards

    387 BC. Rome is under attack from the vicious Gauls and the barbarian army is now preparing to besiege the Temple of Jun... More

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    • Roman Tales: The Fatal Fire

      Roman Tales: The Fatal Fire

      by 4mum

      Great story for kids who started their first independent reading and enjoyed a crime story with some historical background....