PERFIDITAS by Alison Morton

ImagePERFIDITAS  – The second in the Roma Nova series of thrillers
 
Captain Carina Mitela of the Praetorian Guard Special Forces is in trouble – one colleague has tried to kill her and another has set a trap to incriminate her in a conspiracy to topple the government of Roma Nova. Founded sixteen hundred years ago by Roman dissidents and ruled by women, Roma Nova barely survived a devastating coup d’état thirty years ago. Carina swears to prevent a repeat and not merely for love of country.

 Seeking help from a not quite legal old friend could wreck her marriage to the enigmatic Conrad. Once proscribed and operating illegally, she risks being terminated by both security services and conspirators. As she struggles to overcome the desperate odds and save her beloved Roma Nova and her own life, she faces the ultimate betrayal…

 
Praise for PERFIDITAS
Alison Morton has built a fascinating, exotic world! Carina’s a bright, sassy detective with a winning dry sense of humour.
 I warmed to her quickly and wanted to find out how she dealt with the problems thrown in her path. The plot is pretty snappy too and gets off to a quick start which made it easy to keep turning the pages. There are a fair number of alternative historical fictions where Rome never disappeared, but for my money this is one of the better ones.
” 
Simon Scarrow, author of the Eagle (Macro and Cato) series
 
I can’t resist an alternative history and Alison Morton writes one of the best. Powerful storytelling, vivid characters and a page-turning plot makes Alison Morton’s PERFIDITAS a must read.”
Jean Fullerton, author of the historical East London novels
 
Pure enjoyment! A clever, complex plot set in the beguilingly convincing fictional country of Roma Nova. Scenes and characters are sometimes so vividly described that I felt I was watching a movie. This compelling tale rendered me inseparable from my copy right up to the last turn of the page.”
Sue Cook, writer and broadcaster
 
 
PERFIDITAS is the sequel to INCEPTIO which was shortlisted for the International Rubery Book award and is the holder of the B.R.A.G. MedallionTM 
 
 
Buy PERFIDITAS on your local Amazon: http://viewbook.at/PERFIDITAS
ISBN: 978-1781321249
 
Social media links
Facebook PERFIDITAS page: http://www.facebook.com/Perfiditas
Goodreads author page: http://bit.ly/18Zw1Jp
Twitter:  @alison_morton
 
ImageAuthor bio
 
Alison Morton grew up in West Kent. She completed a BA in French, German and Economics and thirty years later a MA in History. She now lives in France with her husband.

A ‘Roman nut’ since age 11, she has visited sites throughout Europe including the alma mater, Rome. But it was walking on the mosaics at Ampurias (Spain) that triggered her wondering what a modern Roman society would be like if run by women…

Playing around with words much of her life, particularly as a local magazine editor and professional translator, she came to novel writing in reaction to a dire film:

‘I could do better that that,’ she whispered in the darkened cinema.
‘So why don’t you?’ replied her other half.

Three months later, she had completed the first draft of INCEPTIO which was published in March 2013.

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2 thoughts on “PERFIDITAS by Alison Morton

  1. You most certainly have, William!
    And some fab news this week – PERFIDITAS has joined INCEPTIO as a B.R.A.G. Medallion honoree! What is that, you ask? It a quality mark for self-published work that has a 90% reject rate. It’s an honour for the author but also reassurance for the reader as books selected for the medallion have all passed a stringent process. More here: http://alison-morton.com/2014/02/13/perfiditas-joins-inceptio-as-a-b-r-a-g-medallion-honoree/

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