Mike Ripley

Mike Ripley

MIKE RIPLEY is a multi-award winning British author of more than thirty books including the non-fiction Kiss Kiss Bang Bang, which earned him the unofficial title of ‘historian of the British thriller’. He has written for radio and television and as a critic for the last thirty-five years, has reviewed an estimated 3,000 crime novels but is best known for his comic ‘Angel’ series and as the continuation author of Margery Allingham’s Albert Campion stories. Trained as a journalist, he worked in public relations in the brewing industry until in a mid-life crisis (and a long-standing desire to become Indiana Jones) he switched careers and became a field archaeologist, specialising in Roman Britain.

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Boudica and the Lost Roman

Boudica and the Lost Roman

In Britain, the far western edge of Roman Empire, one Celtic tribe rebels against their ruthless oppressors. They are led by Boudica, their widowed queen, on a rampage of violence across the country.  Reluctantly at her side is Olussa, a Roman spy struggling with torn loyalties and desperate to survive. But despite Boudica’s initial success, he knows she and her tribe are doomed. Emperor Nero and the mighty Roman legions will drench Britain in blood to avoid being defeated by a woman.

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