RETALIO publication day!

Today, RETALIO goes out to the world. An ebook at the moment with the paperback to follow soon. Is it as exciting as the first? Yes, of course, but in a different way.

It’s a sense of completion for me, bringing readers the third part of the AURELIA trilogy and discovering for myself what exactly she did in the Great Rebellion.

Why did she warn her granddaughter in SUCCESSIO that Carina’s own nemesis was a new form of Caius? What was Aurelia trying to convey?

We saw the ground laid in AURELIA, the horror unfold in INSURRECTIO.

Now, in RETALIO, the reckoning between Aurelia and Caius is here.

Available now as an ebook from AmazoniBooks, B&N Nook and Kobo
(Paperback to follow soon)

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Early 1980s Vienna. Recovering from a near fatal shooting, Aurelia Mitela, ex-Praetorian and former foreign minister of Roma Nova, chafes at her enforced exile. She barely escaped from her nemesis, the charming and amoral Caius Tellus who grabbed power in Roma Nova, the only part of the Roman Empire to survive into the twentieth century.

Aurelia’s duty and passion fire her determination to take back her homeland and liberate its people. But Caius’s manipulations have isolated her from her fellow exiles, leaving her ostracised, powerless and vulnerable. But without their trust and support Aurelia knows she will never see Roma Nova again.

 

Alison Morton is the author of Roma Nova thrillers INCEPTIO, PERFIDITASSUCCESSIOAURELIA and INSURRECTIO. The sixth, RETALIO, is due out on 27 April  2017. Audiobooks now available for the first four of the series

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