Master of Souls: A Mystery of Ancient Ireland

Peter Tremayne (Author)
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Product Details

Price
$22.99  $21.15
Publisher
St. Martins Press-3PL
Publish Date
October 02, 2007
Pages
306
Dimensions
5.5 X 0.9 X 8.5 inches | 0.85 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9780312374679

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About the Author

PETER TREMAYNE is a pseudonym of Peter Berresford Ellis, a Celtic scholar who has written extensively on the Ancient Celts and the Irish. As Tremayne, he is best known for his stories and novels featuring 7th century Irish religieuse Fidelma of Cashel. He lives in London.

Reviews

Tremayne never fails to deliver a fascinating and intriguing read. Besides the complex mystery found within, his books are rich in Irish history and lore . . . For all fans of medieval novels, especially mysteries, Tremayne's latest in the Sister Fidelma series is a gratifying read. "Anniston Star"

... pitch-perfect ... Once again, Tremayne ... transports the reader to an unfamiliar time and place with a sure scholarly touch. "Publishers Weekly"

Fidelma gathers up all the loose strings of her investigation and brings the case to a stunning conclusion. "Kirkus Reviews (Starred Review)"

Tremayne, the pseudonym of Celtic scholar Peter Beresford Ellis, writes so authentically about this remote time period that readers will feel they are there in every way. His densely plotted stories are a delight for those who love puzzle mysteries. "Library Journal""
"Tremayne never fails to deliver a fascinating and intriguing read. Besides the complex mystery found within, his books are rich in Irish history and lore . . . For all fans of medieval novels, especially mysteries, Tremayne's latest in the Sister Fidelma series is a gratifying read." --"Anniston Star" ..". pitch-perfect ... Once again, Tremayne ... transports the reader to an unfamiliar time and place with a sure scholarly touch.""--Publishers Weekly""" "Fidelma gathers up all the loose strings of her investigation and brings the case to a stunning conclusion.""--Kirkus Reviews (Starred Review)""" """Tremayne, the pseudonym of Celtic scholar Peter Beresford Ellis, writes so authentically about this remote time period that readers will feel they are there in every way. His densely plotted stories are a delight for those who love puzzle mysteries.""--Library Journal"

"Tremayne never fails to deliver a fascinating and intriguing read. Besides the complex mystery found within, his books are rich in Irish history and lore . . . For all fans of medieval novels, especially mysteries, Tremayne's latest in the Sister Fidelma series is a gratifying read." --Anniston Star

..". pitch-perfect ... Once again, Tremayne ... transports the reader to an unfamiliar time and place with a sure scholarly touch." --Publishers Weekly

"Fidelma gathers up all the loose strings of her investigation and brings the case to a stunning conclusion." --Kirkus Reviews (Starred Review)

"Tremayne, the pseudonym of Celtic scholar Peter Beresford Ellis, writes so authentically about this remote time period that readers will feel they are there in every way. His densely plotted stories are a delight for those who love puzzle mysteries." --Library Journal


Tremayne never fails to deliver a fascinating and intriguing read. Besides the complex mystery found within, his books are rich in Irish history and lore . . . For all fans of medieval novels, especially mysteries, Tremayne's latest in the Sister Fidelma series is a gratifying read. Anniston Star

... pitch-perfect ... Once again, Tremayne ... transports the reader to an unfamiliar time and place with a sure scholarly touch. Publishers Weekly

Fidelma gathers up all the loose strings of her investigation and brings the case to a stunning conclusion. Kirkus Reviews (Starred Review)

Tremayne, the pseudonym of Celtic scholar Peter Beresford Ellis, writes so authentically about this remote time period that readers will feel they are there in every way. His densely plotted stories are a delight for those who love puzzle mysteries. Library Journal

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