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Alexander the Great's sudden and unexpected death has left the largest, most formidable empire the world has ever seen leaderless.

As the fight to take control descends into ruthless scheming and bloody battles, no one is safe. As wars on land and sea are lost and won, and promises are made only to be broken, long-buried secrets come to light in the quest for the true circumstances surrounding Alexander's death. 

Was he murdered? Could he have been sowing the seeds of discord deliberately, through his refusal to name an heir? And who will eventually ascend to power at the helm of the empire - if it manages to survive that long? Can one champion vanquish all?

©2021 Robert Fabbri (P)2021 Isis Publishing Ltd

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Absolute power corrupts absolutely

Another astonishing rendition of ancient history. I was fascinated to listen as often as possible until the narrative concluded.
More, please. Historical representation of this quality is addictive.