A Spy for Hannibal: A Novel of Carthage

Bartleby Press, 1996 - 289 páginas
219 B.C. These are trying times for the Phoenician city-state of Carthage. Soon there will be another war with Rome. The brilliant young general, Hannibal is preparing to advance across the Alps to approach Rome from the north. Can this bold, dangerous march succeed?
In A SPY FOR HANIBAL, Elisabeth Roberts Craft has skillfully blended the story of Hanibal's famous march with the creation of an interesting historical sidelight. The result is a fascinating look at the ancient world and the people who inhabited it.

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Elisabeth Roberts Craft was long retired from her career as a court reporter before she turned to historical fiction. She died in 2

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