The former legate Marcus Antonius Primus is forced to flee after his plot to murder Emperor Vespasian is discovered. But the Emperor’s soldiers are in pursuit and the gods are not in his favor. He is tracked to Burdigala, burned alive and left for dead on the banks of the Garonne River … or so they think.
In 1327, the Christian world is in the grip of doubt and heresy devours the papacy of Avignon.
A Moorish assassin is tasked by the Church to restore the Faith in the mountain, leading her ahead of the darkest aspects of mankind.
In 1457, a wedding could alienate the heir to the French throne. A murder could save him.
On a mission to protect the birthright of the Prince in exile, the future king Louis the XIth, Etienne and his men are tasked with stopping a wedding that will reduce their master’s power indefinitely … and they will stop at nothing to achieve their goal.
In 70 AD, Vespasian has pacified Rome. Peace reigns again over the capital of the world. But the Tribune Apex is living in a completely different world. He is in charge of the Emperor’s protection.
Waves of assassins wash up in Rome that will lead him all the way to Massilia, that famous port on the shores of Mediterranean Gaul.
In 69 AD, the Empire had four Caesars. This is the moment when Gnaeus Pontus chooses to flee from the legion, and hide in Italy the fortune he has stolen from the army. But, in Rome, this is not easy. Especially when the Emperor needs a bloodhound to investigate riddle of a murdered slave in his own apartments.