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If one applies Hutcheon's judgement to literary adaptation, I think that non-classicist readers would rather opt for discovering the world of Cicero via the (mis)adventures of Gordianus the Finder than struggling through Cicero's courtroom speeches.
On the eve of a civil war, a beautiful young seeress falls dead into the arms of Gordianus the Finder.
Saylor is the creator of a series of detective novels set in Ancient Rome starring the so-called Gordianus the Finder, and his latest effort sees him turn to the short story.
GORDIANUS is the Inspector Morse of ancient Rome - a man with a nose for sniffing out mysteries and uncovering villains.