"I love historical novels that transport me to a time and place. Jane Finnis does just this...."
-Rhys Bowen, multi-award winning author
In 100 AD, life is good for the Roman settlers in the frontier province of Britannia. Aurelia Marcella's inn on the road to York is busy. But one day a soldier is murdered in his bed, and a letter arrives from Isurium, a small fort north of the city. Aurelia's cousin, Jovina, invites her to a birthday party. But the missive ends with an odd plea for help.
At Isurium, Aurelia finds her family caught in a web of greed, love, intrigue, and death. Then violence erupts and she is caught between enemies engaged in an anti-Roman plot and family members with agendas of their own....
Jane Finnis lives in Yorkshire, northern England. Danger in the Wind is the fourth in the series.