Carthaginian Empire 20 - Caesar Free! by David Bowman

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The tribes of Gaul have been a thorn in the side of Carthage for far too long. Penned in by Carthaginian occupied Spain to the West, Britain to the North, Italy to the East and the even wilder tribes in across the Rhine the Gauls must finally fight or die. During one battle a slave of Roman descent saves a Carthaginian force from certain defeat and annihilation. Given his freedom he elects to join the meritocratic officer corps of the army of his erstwhile masters. It is 56BC and his name was Julius. We would have known him as Caesar.


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David Bowman" was born in Racine, Wisconsin, but now lives in New York City. This, his first novel, was written in Montauk. He is currently writing a biography of Paul Cain (1902-1966), an enigmatic contemporary Hammett who lived and died in Hollywood.
Published December 22, 2010 by Bluewood Publishing Ltd. 13 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction. Fiction