Council of the Cursed: A Mystery of Ancient Ireland

Peter Tremayne (Author)
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Product Details

Price
$22.99  $21.15
Publisher
Minotaur Books
Publish Date
November 23, 2010
Pages
307
Dimensions
5.5 X 1.0 X 8.4 inches | 0.85 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9780312604936

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About the Author

PETER TREMAYNE is best known for his stories and novels featuring Fidelma of Cashel. He lives in London.

Reviews

"A Prayer for the Damned is a blessing for the millions of Sister Fidelma's devoted fans around the world. [She] is a vibrant creation, a woman of wit and courage who would be outstanding in any era, but brings a special sparkle to the wild beauty of medieval Ireland. The author sets the scene with meticulous care and develops the plot with intelligence. Well done!"" --"Morgan Llywelyn, best-selling author of "Finn Mac Cool "and" The Last Prince of Ireland"
"Fidelma's ability to best opponents, whether in argument, strategy or audacity, makes her a heroine for any age."--"Publishers Weekly" on "The Council of the Cursed
""The action is tense and gripping...a compelling, enjoyable adventure." --"The Philadelphia Inquirer" on "The Monk Who Vanished"
"Tremayne's seamless blend of church history ... and political squabbles ... provide meaty background. Fidelma's ability to best opponents, whether in argument, strategy or audacity, makes her a heroine for any age."
--"Publishers Weekly" "One of Fidelma's best."
--"Kirkus Reviews" "No one can make the seventh century come so alive as the pseudonymous Tremayne.... His entire series is great for book discussions, and devotees of medieval historicals will enjoy."
--"Library Journal"""

Tremayne's seamless blend of church history ... and political squabbles ... provide meaty background. Fidelma's ability to best opponents, whether in argument, strategy or audacity, makes her a heroine for any age. "Publishers Weekly"

One of Fidelma's best. "Kirkus Reviews"

No one can make the seventh century come so alive as the pseudonymous Tremayne.... His entire series is great for book discussions, and devotees of medieval historicals will enjoy. "Library Journal ""

Tremayne's seamless blend of church history ... and political squabbles ... provide meaty background. Fidelma's ability to best opponents, whether in argument, strategy or audacity, makes her a heroine for any age. Publishers Weekly

One of Fidelma's best. Kirkus Reviews

No one can make the seventh century come so alive as the pseudonymous Tremayne.... His entire series is great for book discussions, and devotees of medieval historicals will enjoy. Library Journal

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Tremayne's seamless blend of church history ... and political squabbles ... provide meaty background. Fidelma's ability to best opponents, whether in argument, strategy or audacity, makes her a heroine for any age. Publishers Weekly

One of Fidelma's best. Kirkus Reviews

No one can make the seventh century come so alive as the pseudonymous Tremayne.... His entire series is great for book discussions, and devotees of medieval historicals will enjoy. Library Journal

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"Tremayne's seamless blend of church history ... and political squabbles ... provide meaty background. Fidelma's ability to best opponents, whether in argument, strategy or audacity, makes her a heroine for any age." --Publishers Weekly

"One of Fidelma's best." --Kirkus Reviews

"No one can make the seventh century come so alive as the pseudonymous Tremayne.... His entire series is great for book discussions, and devotees of medieval historicals will enjoy." --Library Journal