A Vote for Murder by David Wishart
(The Marcus Corvinus Roman Mysteries)

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It’s a funny thing about holidays in the country, but after only a few days away you feel as if you've been out of circulation for a month' . . . Marcus Corvinus' break in the Alban Hills is interrupted by the sudden and messy death of a candidate for the local censorship post. Can Corvinus find his murderer before the Latin Festival raises its stakes? How do the Latin Nationalists fit into the picture? And what exactly is Meton the chef up to in the kitchen with Dassa the sheep? Corvinus doesn't know the answers either.

About David Wishart

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David Wishart studied Classics at Edinburgh University. After teaching Latin and Greek in school for four years he retrained as a teacher of English as a Foreign Language and lived and worked abroad, in Kuwait, Greece and Saudi Arabia. He returned to Scotland with his family in 1990 and now lives with his wife Rona in Carnoustie.
Published March 31, 2011 by Hodder. 368 pages
Genres: History, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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In David Wishart's (I, Virgil ) latest humorous Marcus Corvinus Roman mystery, A Vote for Murder, Corvinus's uneventful visit to his stepdaughter in the rustic Alban Hills takes a deadly turn with the murder of one of two candidates running for censor.

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