Category Archives: Peter Tremayne

Master Of Souls by Peter Tremayne

670 AD, Ireland. A gang of wreckers drive a ship onto the rocks and the sole survivor of the ship witnesses them accost a group of religeuse and brutally murder the Abbess who was leading the group. She was the … Continue reading

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The Leper’s Bell by Peter Tremayne

When last we met Sister Fidelma, she returned from revealing a serial killer in Badger’s Moon, only to find that her young son Alchu had been kidnapped. Initially it seemed that his nurse had taken him, but when she is … Continue reading

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Badger’s Moon by Peter Tremayne

Seventh century Ireland and Sister Fidelma and Brother Eadulf are adjusting to both married life and parenthood. The peaceful life doesn’t last for long though, as they are summoned to Rath Raithlen, a community living in terror. For the last … Continue reading

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The Haunted Abbot by Peter Tremayne

666 AD, and Sister Fidelma, princess, nun and judge all rolled into one and her companion (we’ll get back to that bit soon) Brother Eadulf have been visiting Canterbury. Eadulf receives a summons from a childhood friend, requesting that he … Continue reading

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The Puzzly – The ISOTCMN Book Of The Month – May 2013

May draws to a close and, of course, that can only mean one thing. Well, apart from the fact that it’s my wedding anniversary tomorrow. Yes, it’s Book Of The Month time – which of my reads this month has … Continue reading

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Smoke In The Wind by Peter Tremayne

Following the events in the previous book, Our Lady Of Darkness, Sister Fidelma has chosen to accompany Brother Eadulf as he returns to Canterbury from Cashel. A storm soon blows their ship off course and they find themselves in the … Continue reading

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The Puzzly – The ISOTCMN Book of the Month – March 2013

March 2013 has been an interesting month for me, bookwise. I had an interesting exchange with the one and only Christopher Fowler, met Kate Ellis for the fourth (?) time to get the latest Wesley Peterson signed (review next month) … Continue reading

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Our Lady Of Darkness by Peter Tremayne

When last we saw Sister Fidelma, she had just arrived in Spain, having sorted out all sorts of nastiness taking place on the ship that was taking her on pilgrimage to Santiago. No sooner has she stepped onto shore when … Continue reading

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Act of Mercy by Peter Tremayne

When last we (OK, I) saw Sister Fidelma, in The Monk Who Vanished, she was having a crisis of faith and duty (and with regard to her feeling for Brother Eadulf) so she decides that it’s time for a pilgrimage … Continue reading

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The Monk Who Vanished by Peter Tremayne

The Abbey of Imleach, in south west Ireland, is one of the centres of the Irish faith. When a failed assassination attempt on her brother, the king of Muman, sends Fidelma to the abbey following a lead, she encounters another … Continue reading

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