The Pursuit Of PowerBook - 1984
"When Julius Caesar was murdered in 44 B.C., he was one of the most powerful men in the world. His overwhelming ambition had made him a military tribune, praetor, consul, dictator, and in the eyes of many, a god. Only one title eluded him: king. This revealing portrait of Caesar avoids the myths and cliches of popular legend. The real Caesar was a man whose primary purpose was the pursuit of power. Characteristically, he had contempt for those who helped him reach his goal."--Provided by the publisher.
Publisher: London Hamish Hamilton 1984