Book List:53 titles
  • Ireland, AD 671. The hamlet of Cloichín is said to be a veritable Eden, with its prosperous farms and close-knit, friendly community. But after a local farmer, his wife and two sons are murdered, a fanatical new priest orders the villagers to lynch...


  • Sister Fidelma returns in BLOODMOON, a brand new Celtic mystery by Peter Tremayne, acclaimed author of PENANCE OF THE DAMNED and NIGHT OF THE LIGHTBRINGER. If you love Ellis Peters, you'll be gripped by BLOODMOON and the Sister Fidelma series. Ir...


  • A stranger murdered in a gruesome ritual. A prophetess foretelling the return of the ancient gods: the intriguing new Sister Fidelma mystery. Ireland, AD 671. On the eve of the pagan feast of Samhain, Brother Edulf and the warrior, Aidan, discover...


  • Ireland, AD 671. King Colgú of Cashel is shocked to learn that his loyal Chief Bishop and advisor has been murdered in the old enemy fortress of the Uí Fidgente. When word reaches Cashel that the culprit will be executed under new law, a larger con...


  • Ireland, A.D. 671. It is the beginning of the summer season and the Kingdom of Muman is preparing to celebrate the Great Fair of Cashel. It is an extravagant nine days of contests, food, and endless entertainment. Circumstances have led Fidelma and E...


  • Can she untangle the truth in time to save an old friend? Travel back in time to the first ever case from super-sleuth, Sister Fidelma, in this gripping Celtic mini mystery. The perfect introduction to Peter Tremayne's highly-acclaimed historical cri...


  • Ireland, A.D. 671. An Anglo-Saxon delegation arrives in Cashel to debate the new religious rules that have been handed down from Rome. The Abbot of Imleach leads the Irish delegation, which is hostile to the new rules from outsiders. Among the Anglo-...


  • Winter, 670 AD. King Colgú has invited the leading nobles and chieftains of his kingdom to a feast day. Fidelma and her companion Eadulf are finally home for an extended stay, and have promised their son, Alchú, that they’ll be able to spend some...


  • When a murdered corpse of an unknown young noble is discovered, Fidelma of Cashel is brought in to investigate, in Peter Tremayne's The Seventh Trumpet Ireland, AD 670. When the body of a murdered young noble is discovered not far from Cashel, the...






  • A perplexing case of murder and conspiracy in the pagan wilds of Northern Italy In 664 A.D., just after the events detailed in Shroud for the Archbishop, Fidelma of Cashel takes a unexpected detour on her trip home from Rome. While in the port at ...


  • Ireland AD 670: When an eminent scholar is found murdered in his cell in the Abbey of Lios Mor, fear spreads among his brethren. His door was secured from the inside, with no other means of exit. How did the murderer escape? And what was the content...


  • In A.D. 670, an Irish merchant ship is attacked by a pirate vessel off the southern coast of the Breton peninsula. Merchad, the ship's captain, and Bressal, a prince from the Irish kingdom of Muman, are killed in cold blood after they have surrendere...


  • In the late 7th Century, the High King of Ireland is killed at night in the middle of his compound. Who killed him is not in question - there are unimpeachable witnesses that point directly to the clan chieftain responsible. Dubh Duin is, after all, ...


  • In A.D. 670 Fidelma of Cashel is asked to act as an advisor to the Irish delegation to a hostile church council. In an abbey in Burgundy, Bishop Leodegar of Autun has assembled church leaders from all over western Europe, intending to use the council...


  • In February of A.D. 668, Fidelma of Cashel and her companion Eadulf are about to get married. As the sister to a king, Fidelma's marriage ceremony is a major event in the kingdoms of Ireland, and the High King, as well as the other kings and prominen...


  • IN JANUARY OF A.D. 668, Fidelma of Cashel -- sister to the kings of Ireland and advocate of the Brehon law courts -- is called to investigate the brutal murder of Abbess Faife and the mysterious disappearance of six young female religieuses while on ...


  • One of the most highly regarded writers of historical mysteries, Peter Tremayne has written novels and stories that have been enjoyed by readers worldwide. For the first time, An Ensuing Evil and Others collects fourteen of his historical mysteries r...


  • In November of 667 A.D., Fidelma of Cashel has returned home to her brother's castle to discover that a servant, her son's nurse, has been found brutally murdered in the woods near town, and her son is missing, presumed kidnapped or worse. Sister Fid...


  • October, A.D. 667: Sister to one of the kings of Ireland religieuse of the Celtic Church, and advocate in local courts, Fidelma of Cashel is struggling with her most challenging role yet--that of mother. With her baby boy ever in mind, she takes on h...


  • Fidelma of Cashel and her companion Brother Eadulf have one final journey to make before returning to Ireland. Invited to Aldred's Abbey, where Eadulf's childhood friend Brother Botulf is steward, they arrive at midnight during the pagan festival of ...


  • Fidelma of Cashel - sister to the King of Muman, a religieuse of the Celtic Church and an advocate of the Brehon courts - returns in this new collection of fifteen tales. These stories of murder, mayhem, and mystery are not merely spellbinders but al...


  • in Death By Dickens

    The plot Dickens... In the pages of his novels, Charles Dickens railed against injustice in all its forms--the miserliness of Ebenezer Scrooge, the indifference of the aristocracy, the cruelty of Fagin. He captured the bitter unfairness of the cla...


  • Seventh-century Ireland is a ray of reason in a darkening world--and in this compelling mystery series, Sister Fidelma must frequently draw upon her own illuminating intelligence to shed light on the darkest of crimes.... While Fidelma and her com...


  • Ariving home from a pilgrim voyage, Sister Fidelma is told that her faithful Saxon companion, Brother Eadulf, has been found guilty of murdering a young girl. She hastens to the capital of the neighbouring kingdom of Laigin, where he is being held, d...


  • in And the Dying is Easy

    WHAT I SOLVED ON MY SUMMER VACATION. Detectives make their reputations solving cases of murder and mayhem. Ever wonder what happens when they try to get away from it all? In this summertime crime spree, twenty of today's best mystery writers--f...


  • Sister Fidelma-an Eognacht princess and sister to the king of Cashel, a religieuse of the Celtic Church and an advocate of the Brehornn court-is one of the most interesting and compelling figures in contemporary mystery fiction. In this collection of...


  • The year is A.D. 666. Dispatched to the valley of Gleann Geis as an emissary of her brother, the king of Muman, Sister Fidelma has been charged with a formidable task. She must entreat the chieftain of a Druid clan to allow the construction of a ...


  • In the spring of A.D. 666, murder cast a shadow or the peaceful town of Araglin. The village chieftain was found dead, his assumed killer, a local deaf-mute, standing over him, holding a bloody knife. Advocate of the Brehon courts, Sister Fidelma ...


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    DANGEROUS WATERS In the late autumn of A.D. 666, Sister Fidelma, an advocate of the Brehon law courts, embarks on a pilgrimage to contemplate her commitment to Ireland's Celtic Church and her relationship to the Saxon monk Eadulf. On a ship bound ...






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    WITHOUT A TRACE On a night in September of A.D. 666, an aged monk and a set of priceless holy relics disappear from the Abbey of Imleach. The missing artifacts belonged to St. Ailbe, who brought Christianity to the Irish kingdom of Muman in the fi...


  • The abbey of The Salmon of the Three Wells is the perfect place for study and contemplation and an unlikely setting for murder. Yet on this tranquil southwest coast of Ireland, a headless female corpse has been unearthed. Now Sister Fidelma has been ...


  • In the Year of Our Lord 665, in the village of Muman, the Venerable Dacan, a beloved religious scholar, has been found brutally murdered. His friend, the impetuous ruler of a neighboring Irish kingdom, vows merciless revenge.... Sister Fidelma has...


  • In the autumn of A.D. 664, Sister Fidelma has arrived in the Holy City of Rome, the capital of Christendom. The sharp-witted, outspoken young religieuse, trained in criminal investigation, is being called upon to solve a murder. The archbishop des...



  • When Sir Keith Chase stumbled upon the sacred crypt of Monasha in West Bengal, it was the archaeological find of the century. What he did not know was that by breaking open the musty burial chamber, he had brought on himself one of the most ancient a...


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    The King of Northumbria has requested the services of a wise counsel to decide the people's religious future. Among the select priests, elders, and scholars from Ireland and Rome is Sister Fidelma of Kildare. Trained as an advocate of the courts, she...


  • As one of the worst hurricanes ever to strike Florida menaces the state, a monstrous, flesh-eating reptilian creature out of the primitive past emerges from its lair in the Everglade swamps to kill whatever or whomever crosses its path....



  • At the end of 'A Thief in the Night', Bunny Manders, Raffles friend and fumbling, unwilling accomplice returns to London after being wounded in the Boer War. Raffles is believed to have been killed in the war. Bunny renews his friendship with a young...



  • Set in a legendary Ireland of swirling mists and powerful magic, this is an adventure fantasy of heroes and gods and frightful creatures from the other world. Previous titles by this author include "Raven of Destiny" and the "Lan-Kern" trilogy....














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    Readers of fantasy have always been aware of the Celtic influences on the development of fantasy literature. Irish writers, in particular, have had the most proffound effect on fantasy writing and especially on the macabre fantasy tale. In fact six o...