Ruso and the River of Darkness - R. S. Downie Reviews
Description:ISBN 9780141036946 / Genre: Crime / Thriller / Author: R. S. Downie / Paperback / 464 Pages / Book is published 2011-03-03 by Penguin
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by - written on 03/05/11 (Very useful, 118 readings)
Ruso and the River of Darkness is the fourth book in R S (Ruth) Downie's Medicus series set in 2nd century Roman Britain.and featuring the Roman army medic and solver of murders, Gaius Petreius Ruso. Ruso first made his appearance in Ruso and the Disappearing Dancing Girls when as a newly divorced army medic he was stationed in Deva (modern day Chester) in the homeland of the Brigantes tribe. He lived and worked in Deva with his friend and fellow medic, Valens, and their British housekeeper, Tilla (who Ruso had earlier rescued from an abusive owner). Tilla had such an unpronounceable British name that she's been given a more acceptable Roman one). Time has ... Read the complete review
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