The Thief of Hermes
Hadrian, a man claiming to be the son of Hermes and a thief like no other, frames Xena and Gabrielle for one of his crimes, then helps them escape from prison. Suddenly they are living like true cutpurses. Is Hadrian good or evil? Xena and Gabrielle don't have time to find out. For he has much more in store for them--an adventure only the son of Hermes could survive.
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