Jacquie Rogers is the author of the Quintus Valerius Roman Britain mysteries, The Governor’s Man and The Carnelian Phoenix. Her books are set in early third century Britannia and the wider empire beyond.
We all know what the Romans were like, especially here in Britain. Legions, running water, forts and fancy villas, right? Well, yes, sort of – but not really.
Jacquie’s research has dug deep into what she thought she knew, and revealed how alike, and yet different, the Roman British were from us.
Come along on 24 January at 7.30pm to St Peter’s in Cowleigh Bank, where we’ll muddle together through the perceptions and changing facts about Roman Britain. An evening of questions, quizzes, surprises and our very own ancient history. And book signings, of course.
Tickets are £7 and available from Malvern Book Cooperative, 2 St Ann’s Road, Malvern (01684 564788; email@example.com) but the event itself takes place at St Peter’s Church, Cowleigh Bank, Malvern WR14 1QP.