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The Code of Romulus Paperback – 1 Feb 2007

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  • Paperback: 80 pages
  • Publisher: Orion Children's Books; World book day ed edition (1 Feb. 2007)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1842555804
  • ISBN-13: 978-1842555804
  • Product Dimensions: 11.1 x 0.6 x 17.8 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 537,058 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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There was a big publicity campaign to promote the 10th anniversary of World Book Day. As one of the 10 1 book authors, Caroline took part in two events at the Guardian Newsroom and a big World Book Day event at the Globe Theatre in London. The Code of Romulus featured in bestseller charts in THE SUNDAY TELEGRAPH, THE TIMES and THE BOOKSELLER. The Code of Romulus also featured in the following World Book Day press coverage: Television: CBBC and NEWSROUND Radio: BBC7 BIG TOE as well as lots of regional radio. Newspaper: THE GUARDIAN, THE SUNDAY TIMES, FIRST NEWS as well as many regional newspapers Magazines: AQUILA, AMY, ANGELS & URCHINS, BIRMINGHAM LIFE, ESSEX LIFE, HAMPSHIRE LIFE, HOUSE BEAUTIFUL, IMAGE, JUNIOR, JUNIOR BELLA, LEARNING IS FUN, MAGIC KEY, MAGIC WEEKLY, NORTH, PRACTICAL PARENTING, PRIMARY TIMES, SAINSBURY'S MAGAZINE, TEACHER, TESCO MAGAZINE, THE BOOK MAGAZINE, WEST MIDLAND LIFE, WOMEN'S WEEKLY, YOUNG WRITER, ZEST, NATE.

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A brilliant new mini-mystery for only £1, published to celebrate the 10th anniversary of World Book Day.

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Format: Paperback
'This book has been specially written and published for World Book Day 2007.

An intriguing cover opens to 61 pages, concluding with 'Aristo's Scroll' (glossary).
Also included is a summary of the author's other 'Roman Mysteries' series of books.

'November AD 79

Even though she has solved many mysterious crimes, Flavia Gemina must prove once and for all that she really is a top class detective.
At first the case of the theft at the bakery seems too easy to crack. But the truth eludes everyone.
Where can Flavia turn to find the answers?'
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Flavia Gemina the daughter of Marcus Flavius Geminus has solved many mysteries. But not one like this... The mystery of the stolen poppy-rolls seems too easy to solve. But the truth eludes everyone. Can Flavia and her friends solve their hardest mystery yet?

This shorter book is a great extra to the Roman Mysteries, and was apparently written for World Book Day! It is a must if you want to further indulge in the Roman Mysteries.
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my teenage knights were fascinated, and so were mum and dad, by the whole set of books, which we have collected in fits and starts.
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HASH(0x9c464774) out of 5 stars World Book Night Giveaway Scores 29 July 2013
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When I was collecting all of the Carol Lawrence Roman Mysteries I had trouble finding this one in hardcover. That turns out to be because it is a World Book Night Giveaway. It is a slender paperback but the story is as good as the longer ones. I consider it the same way I do The Legionary from Londinium, as a supplement to the main books. Time wise it falls between the Assassins of Rome and The Dolphins of Laurentum.
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