Roman Blood - Part 3, Justice: Chapters 27 - 34 Summary & Analysis

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Part 3, Justice: Chapters 27 - 34 Summary

Magnus and his enforcer Mallius Glaucia chase Gordianus the Finder and Tiro to Caecilia Metella's front door in chapter twenty-seven. Ahausarus the eunuch refuses to let Gordianus and Tiro spend the night in safety at Metella's house, but he does allow Caecilia's litter bearers to transport them to Cicero's home. Ahausarus also dispatches Caecilia's personal staff of gladiators to accompany Gordianus and Tiro for protection.

The next day, Cicero is in the final stages of preparing his defense of Sextus Roscius (filius). The entire household is humming with activity. Gordianus awakens around noon, and he and Bethseda retire to the garden. Tiro, having twisted his ankle while escaping Magnus and Glaucia the night before, walks with the aid of a crudely made wooden crutch. In the garden, Tiro tells Gordianus that Cicero would like Gordianus to remain in the house that...

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