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Historical Fiction Alert!
An engaging tale based on the most iconic historical figures of ancient times…
Caesar, Cicero and Cleopatra: What really happened? by Arthur Paone

5.0 stars – 2 Reviews
Text-to-Speech and Lending: Enabled

Here’s the set-up:

Fictional account of last years of Caesar and his relations with Cicero and Cleopatra. Stays close to historical facts as we know them, but fills in the blanks.


“. . . . Though this is strictly speaking a work of fiction, the bulk of the story is rooted in fact, has plenty of research behind it, and even includes quoted speeches by Cicero. . . . Readers will see Caesar as a contemplative, intellectual, compassionate man, with a black sense of humor and a motivation not to cement his own legacy, but to make Rome as great as it could possibly become.

. . . . Aside from being a quality read, the author has created a tale that is still politically relevant as it is historical . . . . The balance of fact and fiction make this book fascinating and engaging simultaneously, bringing a man over 2,000 years old new life after so many years. . . .” Review by Michael Radon for The US Review of Books

About the author

Arthur Paone practiced law in New York City and Dallas Texas, the last ten years of his legal career as an Administrative Law Judge for the City of New York. This is his first work of fiction, though he has written a number of books on political and contemporary issues. He lives with his wife of 34 years on the Jersey shore.

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