Thank you for your comments on my books

It may seem futile to make an article solely based on the positive messages and appreciations left by readers on online sales sites, or on my web page. But the fact is, these messages affect me.

There are several reasons for this. The first is that not living from writing and doing it for fun, the fact that others can appreciate what I do, to the point of taking some of their time to leave me a positive comment (I did not have a negative, that's no reason to begin), goes straight to my heart.

The second is that these people often talk better than I do about my work. They describe its contents accurately because they appreciated it. Some history buffs go so far as to compare me with authors whose work I myself love. I certainly do not think of myself as a par, but the comparison is always a pleasure …

Then finally, there is this third category. She's much more intimate. I will repeat this person who wrote me an anonymous message on Amazon to thank me for giving him a taste for reading. His few lines went to my heart, and gave me even more the desire to write.

To illustrate my point, I copied below some of the comments that pleased me the most. The others are to be found here.


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This commentary refers to this edition: The Plot of Marcus Antonius Primus (Kindle Format)

A very interesting book. The author is familiar with ancient Rome and makes a fair and uncompromising description of it. Its description is based on solid historical knowledge.The plot is good and plausible. The characters are believable and endearing.
For me this book is on the same level as those of Steven Saylor or Cristina Rodriguez. An added benefit to the reader: the extremely reasonable selling price of the book.
But that is not the main argument. This book deserves to be read by lovers of historical policemen because it is simply a good book.
5.0 stars out of 5 Political intrigues in ancient Rome
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A very interesting book. The author is familiar with ancient Rome and makes a fair and uncompromising description of it. Its description is based on solid historical knowledge.The plot is good and plausible. The characters are believable and endearing.

For me this book is on the same level as those of Steven Saylor or Cristina Rodriguez. An added benefit to the reader: the extremely reasonable selling price of the book.
But that is not the main argument. This book deserves to be read by lovers of historical policemen because it is simply a good book.
5.0 stars out of 5 bravo

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It dies at arm's length without disturbing, it is the lot of the time, the only solutions are radical. After a few thousand deaths love triumphs, all is well that ends well. This is not the history of France taught at school, although louis XI did not have a very good reputation with its small cages, it was only a detail. Novel led drumbeat, actions on actions, no time to get bored, better than our current films despite their special effects that blas we blase so much we abuse. Viril and warrior this book should not please our ladies despite the title that evokes anything other than this royal machination. Long live the King!