Heritage Workshops and Lectures 2014
The Romans in Fiction
Thanks to the Historical Writers Association, find out how bestselling authors bring the Romans to life in their novels.
Meet these bestselling authors, find out about the fascinating research behind their books, and how they bring the reality of Roman life and times into their novels.
Ruth Downie is the author of lively mysteries featuring reluctant Roman Army sleuth, Gaius Petreius Ruso.
Manda Scott, better known as M. C. Scott, began her foray into historical novels with her bestselling Boudica series, which she followed with the Rome series, featuring a Roman spy.
Writer Ben Kane has written three series based in the Roman era, one of which follows with the dramatic story of Hannibal.
Tickets cost £5, £4 for concessions, Heritage Pass holders and reading group members.
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The Romans in Fiction Performances
|Wed 12 Mar||7:00pm||£5, £4 concessions, Heritage Pass holders and reading group members||For Sale|
Peterborough Central Library
- Broadway, Peterborough, PE1 1RX