THE GRASS CROWN

By: McCullough, Colleen

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Inscribed by the author on the dedication page. Quarter bound in publisher's red cloth over beige boards, gilt lettering on spine, maps on endpapers. Illustrated with drawings and maps by the author. Includes extensive Glossary and a Pronunciation Guide. "The Grass Crown" is McCullough's second book in her brilliant series on the life of Julius Caesar, "The Masters of Rome." "The Grass Crown" sweeps the reader into an irresistibly vivid world of political intrigue, danger, wars, assassinations, devastating upheaval, intricately passionate family alliances and rivalries, and undeniable reality. The richness and accuracy of her historical detail provides a fitting background for the characters, who are themselves historic. McCullough's series of books are perhaps the finest historical novels based on Roman history that have ever been produced, and provide the reader with unequaled absorption into Roman life, suspense, excitement and minutely accurate Roman history. McCullough's books in her "Masters of Rome" series include: "The First Man in Rome" (1990) ; "The Grass Crown" (1991); "Fortune's Favorites" (1993); "Caesar's Women" (1996); "Caesar" (1997); "The October Horse" (2002); and "Antony and Cleopatra" (2007). . This is an unmarked copy, aside from the author's inscription, tight, square, and clean. The unclipped dust jacket shows only very slight shelf-wear. FINE/FINE. . Masters of Rome Series. Vol. 2. B&W Illustrations. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. 894 pp. Signed by Author

Title: THE GRASS CROWN

Author Name: McCullough, Colleen

Illustrator: Illustrated by Colleen McCullough

Categories: Roman History, Historical Fiction,

Edition: Stated First Edition. First Printing

Publisher: NY, William Morrow & Company: 1968

ISBN Number: 0688093698

ISBN Number 13: 9780688093693

Binding: Hard Cover

Book Condition: Fine in Fine dust jacket

Inscription: Signed by Author

Seller ID: 610

Keywords: Fiction Historical Fiction Mccullough Caius Julius Caesar