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Rome's Executioner (Vespasian)

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A quick note for Kindle users, Robert Fabbri's "Rome's Executioner (Vespasian)", is currenlty available for 99p on the Kindle '12 Days of Kindle' site, presumably for the next 10 days. Not sure how that translates across to other national Amazon stores, but here's the link to the UK Store

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Damn I wish I had a kindle right now! :)

 

Thanks for the heads up!

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You know this, Klingan, but for completeness' sake I will tell other readers that the Kindle e-reader software is available free of charge on smart phones, tablets, laptops, computers, etc.

 

This will enable you to read books from the Kindle store on your afore-mantioned smart device.

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I actually had no clue and I just downloaded the app. Just a question before I get an amazon account and everything; are there books for free (preferably classics like Dante, Vergil, Homer Shakespear etc) available as well?

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Yes - loads of 'em. The majority have both free and priced editions, so make sure you do a good search, but pretty much any classic you can think of should have a free version somewhere.

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