The legate's daughter / Wallace Breem ; read by Clive Mantle Breem, Wallace

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Breem, Wallace
Historical fiction.; Rome - History - Empire, 30 B.C.-284 A.D - Fiction.
Off the North African coast, a legate has been murdered and his daughter kidnapped. In the emperor's name, Marcus Agrippa organises an expedition to recover the girl and reveal the intrigue. But he needs an expendable sort of man for the sensitive and cut-throat mission. Enter Curtis Rufus - disgraced centurian, relentless womaniser and cocksure gambler. Threatened into accepting the mission, Rufus leads a contingent to the barbarian borders of the empire, and there he must use seduction, prowess, cunning and the most valuable bribe in order to rescue the kidnapped girl.
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