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by Peter Tremayne
Author: Peter Tremayne
Publisher: Minotaur Books; First Edition edition (December 27, 2005)
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The Leper's Bell (Sister. has been added to your Cart. The Author Peter Tremayne really know 5th and 6th Century History! He understands the New Faith (Christianity) and the conflict with the old Druid ways and faith
The Leper's Bell (Sister. The Author Peter Tremayne really know 5th and 6th Century History! He understands the New Faith (Christianity) and the conflict with the old Druid ways and faith. This is the 14th "Fidelma Mystery" I've read! They always grab my attention and I hate to let down the book once I start. The author has a way of making the mystery really neat and surprising.
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The Sister Fidelma mysteries are a series of historical mystery novels and short stories by Peter Tremayne (pseudonym of Peter Berresford Ellis) about a fictional detective who is the eponymous heroine of a series. Fidelma is both a dalaigh (an advocate in the courts of the Five Kingdoms of Éireann), and Celtic nun (Ellis uses the French term "réligieuse").
What readers are saying about THE LEPER'S BELL: 'Colourful, imaginative, humorous and intriguing. as with all of his books in the Sister Fidelma series'. The most heart-breaking of perils for Sister Fidelma and Brother Eadulf and so many mysteries to resolve! Excellent in every way'. Another first-class Sister Fidelma mystery'.
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The emotional and compelling thirteenth mystery in Peter Tremayne's extraordinary Sister Fidelma . The child of Sister Fidelma and brother Eadulf was kidnapped at the end of the last book. This one was about getting him back.
The emotional and compelling thirteenth mystery in Peter Tremayne's extraordinary Sister Fidelma series. Sister Fidelma Mystery. In this one Fidelma is having problems dealing with motherhood and her child missing doesn't help matters. Eadulf comes to the rescue and performs well and shows himself worthy of his union with the King's sister. readafew, March 31, 2014.
International Sister Fidelma Society. As Tremayne, he is the author of several books featuring Sister Fidelma, most recently Badger's Moon.
Mysteries of Ancient Ireland (Volume 14). Peter Tremayne. International Sister Fidelma Society.
Written by Peter Tremayne, Audiobook narrated by Caroline Lennon. A Sister Fidelma Mystery of Ancient Ireland. Narrated by: Caroline Lennon. Series: Sister Fidelma, Book 14.
Sister Fidelma, sister to king of Muman in Ireland, an advocate of the Brehon courts, and a religieuse of the Celtic . Books related to The Leper's Bell. Mysteries of Ancient Ireland (Book 14).
Sister Fidelma, sister to king of Muman in Ireland, an advocate of the Brehon courts, and a religieuse of the Celtic Church, and her husband Brother Eadulf now must face their most personal and baffling case ever. Is there a traitor at her brother's court? Are the Ui Fidgente, the old blood enemies of Fidelma's family, involved? And what is the role of the mysterious dwarf seen leaving the kingdom carrying a leper's bell? With few clues and precious little time, Fidelma must unravel this complicated puzzle in time to rescue her missing child.
Although they had been more at ease at Cnoc Loinge, the underlying tension between them remained. ve clothing as had been described by Forindain the dwarf. The knowledge had made her reel inside for she had counted that person as a friend. She felt she could not reveal this knowledge to anyone as yet, least of all to Eadulf. That made her feel doubly guilty about the argument they had had at Imleach.