In Numina: Urban Fantasy in Ancient Rome (Stories of Togas, Daggers, and

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This is a story of Togas, daggers, and Magic – for lovers of Ancient Rome, Hardboiled detectives, and Urban Fantasy.A rich landlord finds tenants are abandoning his apartment buildings, spouting tales of horrific events and whispering that the old gods – the numina – came alive and cursed the buildings.Enter Felix, a professional fox. Dressed in a toga and armed with a dagger, Felix is neither a traditional detective nor a traditional magician – but something in between. Whenever there is a foul business of bad magic, Felix is hired to sniff out the truth. Now he must separate fact from superstition – a hard task in a world where the old gods still roam the earth.In Numina is set in a fantasy world. The city of Egretia borrows elements from a thousand years of ancient Roman culture, from the founding of Rome to the late empire, mixed with a judicious amount of magic. This is a story of a cynical, hardboiled detective dealing with anything from daily life to the old forces roaming the world.PRAISE FOR STORIES OF TOGAS, DAGGERS, AND MAGIC:“Mehr creates a vivid cast and an equally vivid setting in which magic just seems to fit in perfectly.”– Richard Knaak, NYT best-selling author of Legends of Huma”Mehr’s imagined world based on ancient Rome feels at once familiar and dreamlike.”– Ruth Downie, author of the acclaimed Medicus series of Roman mysteries

Publisher‏:‎Purple Toga Publications (August 11, 2018)
Paperback‏:‎362 pages
Item Weight‏:‎14.8 ounces
Dimensions‏:‎5.5 x 0.91 x 8.5 inches

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