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Blog Tour: EXSILIUM by Alison Morton



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EXSILIUM

A Roma Nova Foundation Novel

by Alison Morton




March 18th - 29th, 2024

Publication Date: February 27th, 2024
Publisher: Pulcheria Press
Pages: 364
Genre: Historical Fiction


Exile – Living death to a Roman

AD 395. In a Christian Roman Empire, the penalty for holding true to the traditional gods is execution. 

Maelia Mitela, her dead husband condemned as a pagan traitor, leaving her on the brink of ruin, grieves for her son lost to the Christians and is fearful of committing to another man.

Lucius Apulius, ex-military tribune, faithful to the old gods and fixed on his memories of his wife Julia’s homeland of Noricum, will risk everything to protect his children’s future.

Galla Apulia, loyal to her father and only too aware of not being the desired son, is desperate to escape Rome after the humiliation of betrayal by her feckless husband.

For all of them, the only way to survive is exile.



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Alison Morton


Alison Morton writes award-winning thrillers featuring tough but compassionate heroines. Her ten-book Roma Nova series is set in an imaginary European country where a remnant of the Roman Empire has survived into the 21st century and is ruled by women who face conspiracy, revolution and heartache but use a sharp line in dialogue. The latest, EXSILIUM, plunges us back to the late 4th century, to the very foundation of Roma Nova.

She blends her fascination for Ancient Rome with six years’ military service and a life of reading crime, historical and thriller fiction. On the way, she collected a BA in modern languages and an MA in history.  

Alison now lives in Poitou in France, the home of Mélisende, the heroine of her two contemporary thrillers, Double Identity and Double Pursuit

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Tour Schedule

March 18th
The Historical Fiction Company
The Book Bandit's Library
Let Your Words Shine

 March 19th
Historical Fiction Blog

March 20th
Archaeolibrarian
The Writing Desk
CelticLady's Reviews
Amy Maroney's Official Blog

March 21st
Anna Belfrage – Stolen Moments 

March 22nd
Left on the Shelf
Judith Arnopp's Official Blog
Wendy J. Dunn's Official Blog 

March 25th
Ruins & Reading
The Coffee Pot Book Club

 March 26th
Let Us Talk of Many Things

March 27th
Linnea Tanner's Official Blog
Carolyn Hughes’ Official Blog

March 28th
Brook's Journal
Historical Fiction Reviews
The Whispering Bookworm

March 29th
Eclectic Ramblings of Author Heather Osborne
Myths, Legends, Books & Coffee Pots
Yarde Reviews & Book Promotion
MJ Porter's Official Blog
Mary's Bookcase




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