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Our Lady of Darkness

Peter Tremayne: Our Lady of Darkness (USA 2004)

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Sister Fidelma's beloved friend, Brother Eadulf, is charged with the murder of a young girl. By the time Sister Fidelma arrives at his side, Eadulf has been found guilty-and faces execution in twenty-four hours. Now Fidelma must gather evidence worthy of an appeal. And behind the heinous crime is a shocking conspiracy that only she can stop...

Peter Tremayne: Our Lady of Darkness. A Mystery of Ancient Ireland. Signet, ISBN: 0451212215 (June, 2004), 336 p., $6.99.

 

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Our Lady of Darkness

Peter Tremayne: Our Lady of Darkness (USA 2002)

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In mid-seventh-century Ireland, Sister Fidelma of Cashel-sister to the King of Muman, an advocate of Brehon Courts, and religieuse of the Celtic Church-returns hastily from a pilgrimage to the Shrine of St. James. The news that brings her back is that her companion and friend, the Saxon monk Brother Eadulf, is under arrest for a serious crime in the neighboring kingdom of Laigin. Riding furiously through hostile territory, she arrives only to find out she is too late. Eadulf has already been tried and found guilty of the murder of a young girl. Even worse, Laigin's king has abandoned the traditional judicial code of Ireland in favor of the ecclesiastical Penitential from Rome-and under this code he is to be executed the following morning.

Convinced that her friend is innocent, Fidelma has only twenty-four hours before his execution to come up with evidence persuasive enough to sway the king into allowing an appeal of Eadulf's conviction. Facing a king determined to make an example of Eadulf and an old adversary of her own, Fidelma soon realizes that nothing is as it was portrayed, and behind the heinous crime is an even more shocking conspiracy. Now, Fidelma must unravel her most perplexing puzzle before time runs out for her closest companion.

Peter Tremayne: Our Lady of Darkness. A Novel of Ancient Ireland. St. Martin's Minotaur, ISBN: 0312272952 (September, 2002), 270 p., $23.95.

 

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Our Lady of Darkness

Peter Tremayne: Our Lady of Darkness (UK 2001)

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Arriving home from a pilgrim voyage, Sister Fidelma hears that her faithful Saxon companion, Brother Eadulf, is under sentence of death for murder. She hastens to the capital of Laigin, where he is being held, determined to appeal against the sentence. The crime took place at the abbey of Fearna where Fidelma clashes with the sinister Abbess Fainder. The evidence against Eadulf seems overwhelming - can he actually be guilty? Will Fidelma's emotional involvement blind her in her desperate search for the truth?

Peter Tremayne: Our Lady of Darkness. A Celtic Mystery. Headline, ISBN: 0747264333 (May, 2001), 367 p., £6.99.

 

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Our Lady of Darkness

Peter Tremayne: Our Lady of Darkness (UK 2000)

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Arriving home from a pilgrimage, Sister Fidelma is told that her faithful Saxon companion, Brother Eadulf, has been found guilty of murdering a young girl. Anxious to prove Eadulf's innocence, Fidelma begins a desperate search for the truth.

Peter Tremayne: Our Lady of Darkness. A Celtic Mystery. Headline, ISBN: 0747271208 (September, 2000), 270 p., £17.99

 

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