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Caroline Lawrence's fans who so eagerly await each new book will relish these six brand-new short stories - also an ideal introduction to the series for first-time readers, or to follow on from fans of TRIMALCHIO'S FEAST. TRIMALCHIO'S FEAST, the first Roman Mysteries mini-mystery, sold over 10,000 copies, and launched the sub-brand to critical acclaim: 'a splendid appetite-whetter for new readers of the series' (TES). Full of extra insights and revelations into the characters' lives in ancient Roman times. Roman Mysteries series has sold over a million copies since publication in September 2001and there are two CBBC TV series based upon the novels. Caroline's profile is at its peak - she was a World Book Day 1 book author in February 2007, and is frequently the subject of media interest in print and on radio. Her books are always favourite picks in retail promotions. Terrific storytelling combined with authentic historical detail. Caroline's depth of research and empathy with the period are unparalleled. Rights sold in 17 territories. Extensive spin-off publishing continues, to tie in with the TV series and consolidate fantastic growth in sales.

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Caroline Lawrence is American. She lives with her husband, a graphic designer, by the river in London and, in addition to writing her books, is very active as a speaker in schools and at book festivals.

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Caroline Lawrence's Roman Mysteries series is brought to its dramatic conclusion...This 17-book epic makes ancient classic stories accessible and exciting. I think the whole package is a tremendous achievement and sure to bring in a whole new readership - CHILDREN'S BOOKSELLER on The Man from Pomegranate Street Caroline has taken the reader from Enid Blyton to Mills & Boon in seventeen steps, and I mean that in the best possible way. Few authors claim to have been inspired by romantic fiction, whereas many crime writers do mention Blyton as an early inspiration. Add a good dollop of history, and you ve got the whole series of the Roman Mysteries. Personally I have learnt a lot about the brief period that the books cover, and I was never one for Roman Emperors - BOOKWITCH on The Man from Pomegranate StreetLawrence steers this story and the series to a romantic and irresistably weepy conclusion, and, like so many good endings, it involves breathless reunions, a journey and a wedding (I mustn't reveal anymore...) - INDEPENDENT ON SUNDAY on The Man from Pomegranate Street

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