Buried Too Deep: An Aurelia Marcella Mystery Audiobook, by Jane Finnis Play Audiobook Sample

Buried Too Deep: An Aurelia Marcella Mystery Audiobook

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Read By: Rebecca Rogers Publisher: Blackstone Publishing Listen Time: at 1.0x Speed 8.00 hours at 1.5x Speed 6.00 hours at 2.0x Speed Series: The Aurelia Marcella Roman Mysteries Release Date: June 2008 Format: Unabridged Audiobook Delivery: Instant Download ISBN: 9781483057415

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Total Audiobook Chapters:

32

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48:35 minutes

Shortest Chapter Length:

11:31 minutes

Average Chapter Length:

22:36 minutes

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The spring of AD 98 is a time of optimism in the turbulent frontier province of Britannia. Business is brisk at the mansio (inn) that Aurelia Marcella runs with her twin brother, Lucius, on the road to York. Then, a wagon arrives bearing a local farmer who is dying of a grievous sword wound. The twins head for the coast to return the man to his family and to check out a shipwreck bearing valuable official cargo. A band of outlawed sea-raiders led by a Gaul are suspected of stealing it, along with killing the farmer. It all adds to the feuding that has erupted between the colonists and the natives, which has seen both sides resorting to terrorist tactics: burning, kidnapping, and even murder. Counselors, citizens, chiefs, and slaves mix in; but a subtle, personal agenda is at work as well, for one or more of the combatants may have hired the Gauls to orchestrate the violence.

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“As the suspense builds, listeners are drawn into a world of tribal warfare, fraternal strife, and buried treasure. Rogers acts as a guide to the story’s historical period with confidence and authority.”

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  • “Spirited…All will cheer the upbeat ending.”

    — Publishers Weekly
  • “Finnis’ well-crafted prose subtly weaves authoritative detail into a believable portrait of everyday life near the turn of the millennium...highly readable and endlessly absorbing.”

    — Kirkus
  • “I’ve always loved history and Finnis fills that desire to learn more with perfection. For both the history buff and those who love a good mystery, Buried Too Deep is the book for you.”

    — Bookloons

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  • Overall Performance: 3 out of 53 out of 53 out of 53 out of 53 out of 5

    " This was a pretty good book, except for the distractingly insane amount of typos! Some of them were vital in being able to tell what was going on. Such a shame. This author is very good, but the editor was terrible. "

    — Sarah, 5/12/2012
  • Overall Performance: 3 out of 53 out of 53 out of 53 out of 53 out of 5

    " This was a pretty good book, except for the distractingly insane amount of typos! Some of them were vital in being able to tell what was going on. Such a shame. This author is very good, but the editor was terrible. "

    — Sarah, 6/27/2010

About Jane Finnis

Jane Finnis grew up in Yorkshire, northern England. For twenty years she lived and worked in London as a radio producer and reporter and a computer programmer. She now lives with her husband Richard near the East Yorkshire coast.

About Rebecca Rogers

Rebecca Rogers has been a professional actor and performer for twenty years, specializing in improvisation with ComedySportz and period acting with several renaissance festivals across the country. She is director of the Northwest Renaissance Festival and founder of the Society for Renaissance Performers in Spokane, Washington.