- Author:Peter Tremayne
- Publisher:Signet (June 3, 2003)
- Subcategory:Genre Fiction
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All of Peter Tremayne's books on Sister Fidelma are outstanding. Act of Mercy", originally published in 1999, is the 8th in Peter Tremayne's (pseudonym for Peter Berresford Ellis) Sister Fidelma mysteries.
All of Peter Tremayne's books on Sister Fidelma are outstanding. I don't read much fiction, but he incorporates enough historical information to make his stories very good. The books starts off with the author's Historical Note, which is very interesting. Before the Vatican crushed the last vestiges of egalitarianism in the church, the Irish still allowed women rights under law.
Super sleuth Sister Fidelma returns in the eighth historical mystery by Peter Tremayne, acclaimed author of THE MONK WHO VANISHED, VALLEY OF THE . Books related to Act of Mercy (Sister Fidelma Mysteries Book 8). Skip this list.
Super sleuth Sister Fidelma returns in the eighth historical mystery by Peter Tremayne, acclaimed author of THE MONK WHO VANISHED, VALLEY OF THE SHADOW and many more. PRAISE FOR ACT OF MERCY: 'Wonderfully evocative' The Times. When Sister Fidelma sets out on a pilgrimage in the autumn of AD 666, her main preoccupation is to reflect on her commitment to the religious life and her relationship with the Saxon monk, Eadulf, whom she has left behind. Complications arise during the first night on the ship when one of the pilgrims is apparently washed overboard.
Peter Tremayne is the fiction pseudonym for Peter Berresford Ellis, a prominent authority on the ancient Celts. As Tremayne, he is the author of nine books featuring Sister Fidelma, most recently The Monk Who Vanished. Библиографические данные. Act of Mercy: A Celtic Mystery Mysteries of Ancient Ireland (Том 8).
By peter tremayne and featuring. Our Lady of Darkness. Fifteen Sister Fidelma Mysteries. Absolution by Murder. St. Martin’s Minotaur.
A departure from the other mysteries as Sister Fidelma is without the monk to help her solve the crime and she is undergoing a crisis of faith and trying to figure out her feelings for the monk.
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").
Mysteries of Ancient Ireland. Peter Tremayne1 de noviembre de 2001. Vendido por Minotaur Books. Libro 8. 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 short mysteries, Tremayne fills in many of the background details of Fidelma and seventh-century Ireland not found in the novels, and weaves his always-beguiling mix of history and mystery. An Ensuing Evil and Others: Fourteen Historical Mysteries.
Tremayne Peter Читать онлайн Act of Mercy. It is true that the Abbot’s messenger found me in Colla’s tavern last night and booked your passage.
Peter Tremayne Act of Mercy I will rejoice and be glad in Thy mercy for Thou hast seen my affliction and hast cared for me in my disaster. 7 Chapter One Ardmore Bay, on the Irish south coast, mid-October, . Читать онлайн Act of Mercy. I will rejoice and be glad in Thy mercy for Thou hast seen my affliction and hast cared for me in my disaster. It strikes me that you are an odd sort of religieuse, Sister.
Act of Mercy: A Celtic Mystery. In the late autumn of 666 . Fidelma of Cashel - an advocate of the Brehon Courts, sister to the King of Cashel, and religieuse of the Celtic Church is at a crossroads. Needing to reflect upon her commitment to the religious life and her relationship to the Saxon monk Eadulf, she leaves Eadulf behind and joins a small band sailing from Ireland on a pilgrimage to the Shrine of St. James in modern-day Spain.