Synopses & Reviews
May AD 80. Flavia and her three friends, Jonathan, Nubia, and Lupus are in Cenchrea, the eastern harbor of Corinth, the hometown of their tutor Aristo. But Aristo tells them he is not coming back with them this time. Later, there is a commotion, and the children find a blood-soaked Aristo crouched over Flavia's father, who has been stabbed. The children set off for Delphi in pursuit of Aristo.
The tenth Roman Mystery in this unique series of captivating adventure stories set in Ancient Rome. In the Greek port of Corinth, Flavia's handsome young tutor Aristo is arrested for committing a terrible crime. Ages: 9-11yrs.
About the Author
Caroline Lawrence grew up in California and went to England when she won a scholarship to Cambridge to study classical archaeology, which she followed with a degree in Hebrew and Jewish studies at the University of London. She is the author of The Roman Mysteries, which has been turned into a television series for BBC.