Nick Brown

The Earthly Gods

By Nick Brown - Published 2016

Genres:

Adventure

273 AD. Imperial Agent Cassius Corbulo is about to throw away a promising career. His bodyguard, Indavara, has been kidnapped, and after weeks of ...Read Review

The Emperor’s Silver

By Nick Brown - Published 2015

Genres:

Mystery/CrimeThriller

The Roman Empire in 273 AD. The Palmyrans have been defeated, but there is trouble in Egypt, and the Empire faces financial ruin with ...Read Review

The Luck Bringer

By Nick Brown - Published 2013

Genres:

Military

Nick Brown sets himself a difficult challenge in attempting to write a novel with original elements set in ancient Greece, immediately prior to ...Read Review

The Wooden Walls of Thermopylae

By Nick Brown - Published 2014

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Mandrocles, nicknamed ‘Luck Bringer’ is the narrator of this tale of Greece at the time of the Persian invasions. A survivor and hero ...Read Review

The Black Stone: Agent of Rome 4

By Nick Brown - Published 2014Published 2014-06-05

Genres:

AdventureMilitary

This is the fourth in Nick Brown’s Agent of Rome series, following the adventures of Cassius Corbulo and his faithful sidekicks Indavara ...Read Review

The Far Shore

By Nick Brown - Published 2013

Genres:

Mystery/CrimeThriller

AD 272. Cassius Corbulo, an agent of the Imperial Security Service, arrives in Rhodes on a routine mission to pick up some important papers ...Read Review

Agent of Rome: The Imperial Banner

By Nick Brown - Published 2012

Genres:

AdventureMilitaryMystery/Crime

Set in Imperial Rome, this is the second book in a series. I haven`t read the first, Agent of Rome: The Siege, ...Read Review

The Siege

By Nick Brown - Published 2012

Genres:

AdventureMilitary

270 AD. Queen Zenobia of Palmyra has turned on her erstwhile master, Rome. She has sent her armies across Arabia, Egypt, and Syria to ...Read Review

Agent of Rome: The Siege

By Nick Brown - Published 2011

Genres:

Adventure

Its eastern provinces are being gobbled up by the aggressive (and suspiciously Arabesque) Palmyrans, and the Roman Empire, shown as rather decadent, seems ...Read Review