Peter Tremayne

Peter Tremayne, aka Peter Beresford Ellis, has written a slew of books, both factual and fictional. His series of mysteries featuring Sister Fidelma and Brother Eadulf has been going strong since 1994, incorporating traditional mysteries with history lessons about 7th century society – primarily Celtic.

Novels

An introduction to Fidelma and Eadulf – a synod in Northumbria is disrupted when the lead defendant for the Columban cause is murdered. There are motives for the disruption on both sides – but there are darker threats out there… The opening novel in the series and sets out to combine the historical background with a fairly-clued mystery/

Travelling to Rome, Fidelma is called upon to investigate when the Archbishop of Canterbury-designate is found throttled in his chamber. The relics that he brought with him have been stolen and a culprit is arrested. But Fidelma suspects that something darker is taking place…

Short Story Collections

  • Hemlock At Vespers (collection of short stories) (2000)
  • Whispers of the Dead (collection of short stories) (2004)

8 Responses to Peter Tremayne

  1. Pingback: Shroud For The Archbishop by Peter Tremayne | In Search of the Classic Mystery Novel

  2. Pingback: Ashes of the Elements by Alys Clare | In Search of the Classic Mystery Novel

  3. Pingback: Suffer Little Children by Peter Tremayne | In Search of the Classic Mystery Novel

  4. Pingback: The Subtle Serpent by Peter Tremayne | In Search of the Classic Mystery Novel

  5. Pingback: The Spider’s Web by Peter Tremayne | In Search of the Classic Mystery Novel

  6. Pingback: Valley Of The Shadow by Peter Tremayne | In Search of the Classic Mystery Novel

  7. Pingback: The Puzzly – The ISOTCMN Book of the Month – October 2012 | In Search of the Classic Mystery Novel

  8. Pingback: The Ashes Of The Elements by Alys Clare | In Search of the Classic Mystery Novel

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s