The Roman Mysteries: The Slave-girl from Jerusalem: Book 13 Mass Market Paperback – 2 Aug 2007
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Mariam's childhood friend, Hephzibah, is stuck in a situation where only someone who knows Roman law inside out can save her. But when Pliny, her original lawyer drops her case, who will take on a case of a slave girl with a troubled past? Especially when she is accused of three murders? Piece by piece, the evidence comes into light... but is she really innocent? or is she just another greedy slavegirl who would do anything to inherit her master's wealth?
In this book the children help one of Mirian's childhood friends.
The entire series appeals to me as an adult, but I recommend it to all levels of school age kids as well.
It follows the four friends as they attempt to prove the innocence of one of Miriam#s childhood friends.
The new element of a trial has been added to enhance the drama of ancient times, not only adding to our knowledge of customs and traditions but also enriching the storyline and characters.
As usual, new faces appear and old friends return, yet the plot is as original as ever.
I found this book very hard to put down, every time you think the mystery is drawing to a lose, a new piece of evidence comes to light. The book is woven with murder, betrayal and love, which makes it immpossble to stop.
Great book, great series.
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Everything in perfect order. And my daughter was very happy with the books! Many thanks!Published 16 months ago by Magnus Lenefors
My daughter loves this series of books and has not been disappointed with any of them. She re-reads every one.Published on 20 Nov. 2013 by D. Fellows