Jerome & His Women
By Joan O’Hagan
Publisher: Black Quill Press
Genre: Historical Fiction
Formats Available For Review: pdf, epub, can be sent to kindle from NetGalley
Historical fiction about the controversial Saint Jerome is given a contemporary twist!
Rome, 382 AD. When the Pontiff commissions Jerome to translate the Bible into Latin, it is a political masterstroke. Jerome’s Vulgate displaces the many alternative biblical texts and plays a critical role in establishing Christianity as a world religion. Yet Jerome is his own worst enemy and quickly alienates the ruling elite, many of whom are targets of his famously sarcastic wit.
What is less known is that Jerome is assisted by a circle of aristocratic women who risk their lives in the pursuit of their ideals. Chief among them is the attractive young widow Paula, as devoted to Jerome as she is to his cause. Rumours circulate as his enemies plot to dispose of Jerome once and for all …
Foreword by Richard Johnson, Emeritus Professor of Classics, Australian National University.
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