Cristina Rodríguez

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Cristina Rodríguez
Born (1972-01-01) January 1, 1972 (age 44)
Spain
Pen name Claude Neix, Tina Kent, Frédéric Neuwald
Occupation journalist, writer
Language Spanish, French
Genre Biography, historical novel, numismatics
Website
www.cristina-rodriguez.net

Cristina Rodríguez, (Spain – January 1, 1972),[1] is a journalist and writer from Spain who writes in the French language. A historian specialising in the Early Roman Empire, a biographer of Caligula and Nero, she is best known for her historical novels and numerous articles on numismatics.

She has also published hundreds of short stories and fanfics to the Internet.

Works[edit]

Cristina has published works in her own name and under pseudonyms.

Cristina Rodríguez[edit]

  • Mon Père, je m'accuse d'être banquière (ou ce que votre banquier ne vous dira jamais), Disjoncteur, collection « Top secret », 1999 ISBN 2-91118-118-2.
  • Les Mémoires de Caligula, Jean-Claude Lattès, 2000 ISBN 2-89431-216-4.
  • Moi, Sporus, prêtre et putain, Calmann Lévy, 2001 ISBN 2-70213-184-0; Sporus, priest of Nero.
  • Le César aux pieds nus, Flammarion, 2002 ISBN|2-08068-268-7.
  • Thyia de Sparte, Flammarion, 2004 ISBN|2-08068-358-6.
  • Les Enquêtes de Kaeso le prétorien :
  • Le baiser du banni, Pré aux Clecs, 2012 ISBN 2-84228-493-3.

Claude Neix[edit]

Tina Kent[edit]

Frédéric Neuwald[edit]

External links[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Cristina Rodriguez". Open ISBN. Retrieved March 22, 2013.