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Agricola's Bane (Celtic Fervour Series Book 4)

£3.99

A.D. 84 Northern Roman Britain
Nith of Tarras helps Enya of Garrigill in the search for her kin, missing after the disastrous battle at Beinn na Ciche fought between the Caledonian warriors and the mighty Ancient Roman legions. Enya soon has a heartrending choice to make. Should she tread Vacomagi territory that's swarming with Roman auxiliaries to find her brother? Or, should she head south in search of her cousin who has probably been enslaved by the Romans?
The Commander of the Britannic Legions and Governor of Britannia - General Gnaeus Iulius Agricola - is determined to claim more barbarian territory for the Roman Empire, indeed plans to invade the whole island, but finds not all decisions are his to make. It increasingly seems that the goddess, Fortuna, does not favour him.
The adventures of the Garrigill clan continue...

In Book 4, the tales of the Garrigill Clan come to readers of the series via members of their second generation of Brigantes - their fight against the oppressive forces of the Ancient Roman Legions and their General Agricola a continuing and unending struggle.

"...the entire series is set firmly among the very best of early Romano British novels." Discovering Diamonds Reviews

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Nancy Jardine

Nancy Jardine finds all historical eras totally fascinating and research a delightful procrastination! Her week is taken up with grandchild-minding, gardening, reading, writing and blogging. Catching up with historical programmes or TV series and watching the news is a luxury - as are social events with friends and family but she does a creative job to squeeze them in.

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