Bio: Alexandros is a writer who is obsessed with ancient Greece and its culture. He has done extensive research, particularly with respect to ancient Sparta and its customs. Alexandros is over forty years old and lives with his family in New England. Apart from writing novels in his spare time and researching ancient history, he is fond of travel and is also an avid movie buff. Alexandros also tries to emulate the Spartans in his own way, especially with regard to their rigid discipline and their simplicity. Alexandros hopes that his novels will firstly entertain those who read it and secondly, inspire people to read more about the ancient world and become aware of the rich history that surrounds every place on Earth.

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The Roman Slave
A rousing tale filled with passion, sexual excitement and forbidden pleasures, this describes a Rome that has rarely been covered in print or in film. The excesses in that city, from lavish feasts to indescribable orgies are covered in a no holds barred fashion, with a blistering pace that rarely lets up. The tribune Messalla is sent to a remote part of ancient Macedonia as a punishment for rude behavior. Eager to redeem his former privileges, he enslaves Leonidas and his people after a daring m... more info>>
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The Spartan Beach Boy
The place is Athens, Greece. The time--175 BC. Jason is caught in a dilemma. In order to rescue his beloved Minerva, her beautiful sister Athena and the rest of her family from certain slavery, he is forced to make a painful choice. Should he accept the gold offered by the gross, lecherous master in the tavern he works or should he allow his future wife and her family to suffer the horrors of slavery? Jason also has a heavy secret, as it is he that ruined their family in the first place. Filled ... more info>>
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The Spartan Slave
Leonidas, our Spartan hero, is a man of honor. Borne by the fatal, almost irresistible force of love, his judgment is clouded and he voluntarily accepts to become a lowly slave, shorn of all possessions, naked and under the complete control of his sensuous mistress, who is none other than the Queen Mother of Mithir. He does this all for the love of Zarira--the Queen Mother's daughter. How will Leonidas extricate himself from the situation he finds himself in? Will he be able to redeem his family... more info>>
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