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Hemlock at Vespers (Sister Fidelma Mysteries Book 9)

Hemlock at Vespers (Sister Fidelma Mysteries Book 9)

HEMLOCK AT VESPERS is Peter Tremayne’s anthology of Celtic mysteries featuring the ever-popular 7th-century super-sleuth Sister Fidelma.

PRAISE FOR HEMLOCK AT VESPERS:
‘This collection is an essential canonical text for Sister Fidelma Acolytes’ Publisher’s Weekly
‘A treasure trove of small gems for historical mystery fans’ Booklist
‘A complex mesh of betrayals that also catch up the sleuth, exploting both Fidelma’s strengths and vulnerabilities’ Kirkus Reviews

Sister Fidelma originally made her debut as one of the decade’s most interesting sleuths in short story form. The sharp-witted and astonishingly wise religieuse captured the hearts of many readers as she successfully tackled the most baffling of crimes in her other role as advocate of the law courts of Ireland, using the ancient Brehon Law system.

The overwhelming response to these stories launched Fidelma as the heroine of a bestselling series of Celtic crime novels. But it also created a demand for further short stories.

HEMLOCK AT VESPERS is the first collection of these stories ever to be published. With its breathtaking range of settings and crimes, it is guaranteed to entertain and intrigue – and is an anthology that no lover of Celtic culture or historical crime should be without.

What readers are saying about HEMLOCK AT VESPERS:

Intriguing, entertaining and informative

Brilliant. These books get better and better

‘There are echoes in the story that still reverberate today’
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Genre: Fiction & Related Items / Historical Fiction

On Sale: 25th November 2010

Price: £8.99

ISBN-13: 9780755383306

Reviews

Praise for Hemlock at Vespers: 'This collection is an essential canonical text for Sister Fidelma Acolytes
Publisher's Weekly
A treasure trove of small gems for historical mystery fans
Booklist
A complex mesh of betrayals that also catch up the sleuth, exploting both Fidelma's strengths and vulnerabilities
Kirkus Reviews