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The Temple of Fortuna

the dramatic final instalment in the Sunday Times bestselling trilogy
Verlag: Head of Zeus
ISBN: 978-1-83893-362-3
GTIN: 9781838933623
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The final instalment in Elodie Harper's Sunday Times bestselling Wolf Den Trilogy A courtesan in Rome. Playing for power. Haunted by her past. Her name is Amara. How will her fortunes fall? Amara's journey has taken her far, from a lowly slave in Pompeii's brothel to a high-powered courtesan in Rome. She is now a freedwoman with wealth and influence, yet she is still drawn back to her past. For while Amara is caught up in the political scheming of the Imperial palace, her daughter remains in Pompeii, raised by the only man she ever truly loved. Although she longs for her family, Amara knows they are safest while she is far away. Perhaps, with enough cunning and courage, she will manage to turn Fortuna's wheel in their favour. But the year is ad 79, and Mount Vesuvius is preparing to make itself known... The Temple of Fortuna is the dramatic final instalment in Elodie Harper's Sunday Times-bestselling Wolf Den trilogy, which reimagines the lives of women who have long been overlooked. Praise for the Wolf Den Trilogy: 'Captivating' Jennifer Saint 'Vibrant and thrilling' Observer 'Beautiful' Susan Stokes-Chapman 'Richly imagined' Louise O'Neill 'Spell-binding' Anna Mazzola 'One-of-a-kind' Red Magazine 'Triumphant' Luna McNamara

The final instalment in Elodie Harper's Sunday Times bestselling Wolf Den Trilogy A courtesan in Rome. Playing for power. Haunted by her past. Her name is Amara. How will her fortunes fall? Amara's journey has taken her far, from a lowly slave in Pompeii's brothel to a high-powered courtesan in Rome. She is now a freedwoman with wealth and influence, yet she is still drawn back to her past. For while Amara is caught up in the political scheming of the Imperial palace, her daughter remains in Pompeii, raised by the only man she ever truly loved. Although she longs for her family, Amara knows they are safest while she is far away. Perhaps, with enough cunning and courage, she will manage to turn Fortuna's wheel in their favour. But the year is ad 79, and Mount Vesuvius is preparing to make itself known... The Temple of Fortuna is the dramatic final instalment in Elodie Harper's Sunday Times-bestselling Wolf Den trilogy, which reimagines the lives of women who have long been overlooked. Praise for the Wolf Den Trilogy: 'Captivating' Jennifer Saint 'Vibrant and thrilling' Observer 'Beautiful' Susan Stokes-Chapman 'Richly imagined' Louise O'Neill 'Spell-binding' Anna Mazzola 'One-of-a-kind' Red Magazine 'Triumphant' Luna McNamara

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AutorHarper, Elodie
VerlagHead of Zeus
EinbandKartonierter Einband (Kt)
Erscheinungsjahr2023
Seitenangabe384 S.
AusgabekennzeichenEnglisch
MasseH22.9 cm x B14.8 cm x D2.9 cm 452 g
CoverlagApollo (Imprint/Brand)
ReiheThe Wolf Den Trilogy
Gewicht452
ISBN978-1-83893-362-3

Über den Autor Elodie Harper

Elodie Harper ist Journalistin und preisgekrönte Kurzgeschichtenautorin. Ihre Geschichte »Wildes Schwimmen« gewann 2016 den Kurzgeschichtenwettbewerb »Bazaar of Bad Dreams«, unter der Jury von Stephen King. Derzeit ist sie Reporterin bei ITV News Anglia und arbeitete zuvor als Produzentin für Channel 4 News. Elodie Harper studierte in Oxford neben englischer Literatur auch lateinische Poesie, seither hat sie ein Faible für die Antike. »Die Wölfe von Pompeji« ist ein #1 London Times Bestseller.

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