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Steven Saylor, A Gladiator Dies Only Once (2005), mystery short stories featuring the characters in the Roma Sub Rosa series., about a former prostitute married to a wealthy Roman, who must find out who is killing her new clients; #1 in the Claudia Seferius mystery series., about a former prostitute, now widowed, who accepts the job of escorting a vestal virgin back to her family, only to find out the woman is not all she seems; #2 in the Claudia Seferius mystery series., about a beautiful widow who finds herself accused of murder; #3 in the Claudia Seferius mystery series., about a beautiful widow who investigates the murder of five slave girls; #4 in the Claudia Seferius mystery series., about a beautiful widow who begins a flirtation that ends in murder; #5 in the Claudia Seferius mystery series., about a beautiful widow who accepts the job of carrying a pouch to Gaul and finds herself entangled in a treasonous plot; #6 in the Claudia Seferius mystery series., about a former prostitute, now widowed, who must find her kidnapped teenage stepdaughter; #7 in the Claudia Seferius mystery series.

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