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Another Captain Daniel Leary—Officer Adele Mundy Adventure.

The point that particularly interested me was that the Roman Senate reacted by sending an embassy to Carthage, demanding that the Carthaginians withdraw their citizen under terms of the peace treaty. This makes perfect legal sense, though appears absurd in any practical fashion. Livy’s account got me thinking about the problems that the envoys would have had. The Romans were going to Carthage with demands which weren’t going to be greeted by their listeners with any enthusiasm. They had it easier, however, than the Carthaginians who were presumably tasked to proceed to the chaos in Northern Italy and corral Hamilcar. Whatever the Carthaginian people thought of the situation, they were in no position in 200 bc to blow off a Roman ultimatum. There’s no record of the Carthaginian response, but I believe they made at least some attempt to comply. Otherwise there would be more in the record. I decided that I could find a story in that. This is the story I found. Dave Drake

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I haven't got a Kindle but I heard it's perfect especially for ebooks. Are there other David Drake books available?

November 22, 2011 | Unregistered CommenterLance Morrisey

Lots try:

Many free books some are David Drake.

these can be read online, or with kindle software or in many other formats.

December 27, 2011 | Registered CommenterPaul Wirtz

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