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Series: Sister Fidelma

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Absolution by Murder by Peter Tremayne1
Shroud for the Archbishop by Peter Tremayne2
Suffer Little Children by Peter Tremayne3
The Subtle Serpent by Peter Tremayne4
The Spider's Web by Peter Tremayne5
Valley of the Shadow by Peter Tremayne6
The Monk Who Vanished by Peter Tremayne7
Act of Mercy by Peter Tremayne8
Hemlock at Vespers by Peter Tremayne9
Our Lady of Darkness by Peter Tremayne10
Smoke in the Wind by Peter Tremayne11
The Haunted Abbot by Peter Tremayne12
An Ensuing Evil and Others by Peter TremayneShort Story Collection, 12.5
Badger's Moon by Peter Tremayne13
The Leper's Bell by Peter Tremayne14
Whispers of the Dead by Peter Tremayne15
Master of Souls by Peter Tremayne16
A Prayer for the Damned by Peter Tremayne17
Dancing with Demons by Peter Tremayne18
The Council of the Cursed by Peter Tremayne19
The Dove of Death by Peter Tremayne20
The Chalice of Blood by Peter Tremayne21
Behold a Pale Horse by Peter Tremayne22
The Seventh Trumpet by Peter Tremayne23
Atonement of Blood by Peter Tremayne24
The Devil's Seal by Peter Tremayne25
The Second Death by Peter Tremayne26
Penance of the Damned by Peter Tremayne27
Night of the Lightbringer by Peter Tremayne28
Bloodmoon by Peter Tremayne29
Blood in Eden by Peter Tremayne30
More Celtic Whodunnits: Absolution by Murder/ Shroud For the Archbishop / Valley of the Shadow [BOX SET] by Peter TremayneOmnibus 1-2, 6
The Sister Fidelma 20th Anniversary Collection by Peter TremayneOmnibus 1-3
Celtic Whodunnits by Peter TremayneOmnibus 3-5
Yet More Celtic Whodunnits by Peter TremayneOmnibus 7-9

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Series description

aka Celtic Mysteries

Sister Fidelma is a 7th Century monk in Ireland, she happens to be the sister to one of the regional kings and has acquired a degree, allowing her to practice law and act as an investigator as well. Fidelma travels around helping to solve mysteries, usually murders.

The series is discussed in "Peter Tremayne: Sister Fidelma and the Triumph of Truth" by Chistiane W. Luehrs an Robert B. Luehrs. in: The Detective as Historian ed. by Ray B. Browne and Lawrence A. Kreiser, Jr. (Bowling Green, OH : Bowling Green State University, 2000), pp. 45-59.

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