"Twilight of the Romans" in "Hadrian's Wall"

Seattle Times: Romans meet Celts in William Dietrich's new novel, "Hadrian's Wall." Read a review by Skye K. Moody. The year is 367 C.E., and Roman soldier Lucius Marcus Flavius assumes command of Petriana, along the Empire's north border at Hadrian's Wall. Marcus' adventures are the subject of Hadrian's Wall, a new historical novel by William Dietrich, which deals with life in a Celtic/Roman outpost in the twilight of the Roman Empire in Britain.

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