Crime has existed from the dawn of time and these investigations take us back to the not-so-good ol' days.
Thanks, Jim, I have not read McCarver or "Butcher's Dozen". It's been awhile since I read "Death Comes As The End". I should reread it!
Yeah Joy, I love "Death Comes As The End" It's one of my favorite Christie novels. I just re-read "Evil Under The Sun" And read "Dead Man's Mirror"
Ijust stmbled upon "The investgations of Gordianus-The Finder" a series set in Acient Rome by Steven Saylor. They look intersting Joy
Has anyone read the ancient Roman mysteries by Marilyn Todd? I think her sleuth is a woman called Claudia.
Anyone who enjoys mysteries set in medieval England might like author Pat McIntosh. I just finished 'The Harper's Quine' (2004), and while I figured out the ending, it was a great story with lots of historical details. He has at least one more book out