The Tribune: A Novel of Ancient Rome

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Wheeler, 2003 - Fiction - 496 pages
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A New York Times Bestselling AuthorMy name is Lucius Aurelius Valens, and I am a soldier in the service of Rome. Once a tribune of the Sixth Legion, he has angered those who can take his position -- and his life. To avoid further trouble, he accepts the command of the Third Gallic Cavalry Regiment stationed in far-off Galilee. There Lucius expects a life of long, tedious patrols through the outlying province. No sooner has he arrived, than he stumbles on a massacre of soldiers and the man they were protecting -- a Roman senator and ally of the emperor. But why would such an important person be traveling through that backwater? And who would want him dead?

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User Review  - Ryan - Goodreads

Really good meld between biblical and ancient roman history in the fictional sense. Read full review

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User Review  - Fred - Goodreads

I picked this book up years ago in Iraq at the PX as I was waiting to fly out and come home. Its not a great book, but its okay. It is told from the perspective of a Roman Tribune (Junior Officer ... Read full review


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Patrick Larkin is the author of" Robert Ludlum's The Lazarus Vendetta" and "The Tribune", as well as the co-author of five bestselling thrillers with Larry Bond. He lives in northern California with his family.

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