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  • Title: Master of Souls
  • Author: Peter Tremayne
  • ISBN: 9780312348328
  • Page: 385
  • Format: Hardcover

  • Master of Souls By Peter Tremayne In January of 668 A.D Fidelma of Cashel sister to the king of Muman, an advocate of the Brehon law courts and a religieuse in the Celtic Church is called to investigate the brutal murder of Abbess Faife and the mysterious disappearance of six young female religieuse accompanying her on a short pilgrimage away from her abbey When Sister Fidelma and her husband, BroIn January of 668 A.D Fidelma of Cashel sister to the king of Muman, an advocate of the Brehon law courts and a religieuse in the Celtic Church is called to investigate the brutal murder of Abbess Faife and the mysterious disappearance of six young female religieuse accompanying her on a short pilgrimage away from her abbey When Sister Fidelma and her husband, Brother Eadulf, arrive they find that there has been another death under mysterious circumstances, one of the senior scholars of the abbey has been bludgeoned to death These two seemingly unrelated deaths and the further mysteries of the trade ship lured to its doom on the rocky western shore of Ireland and the rud figure of The Master of Souls wrecking havoc and raising rebellion combine to create on the the most perplexing mysteries ever faced by the redoubtable Fidelma.
    Peter Tremayne
    Peter Berresford Ellis born 10 March 1943 is a historian, literary biographer, and novelist who has published over 90 books to date either under his own name or his pseudonyms Peter Tremayne and Peter MacAlan He has also published 95 short stories His non fiction books, articles and academic papers have made him acknowledged as an authority on Celtic history and culture As Peter Tremayne, he is the author of the international bestselling Sister Fidelma mystery series His work has appeared in 25 languages.

    Master of Souls By Peter Tremayne

    Commentaires:

    Marfita
    Fidelma and Eadulf have abandoned their infant again to solve the murder of an Abbess, only to find another murder and lots going on Eadulf is back to having to watch his mouth or Fidelma will glare at him Conri, the Ui Whatsis who now accepts the peace between his people and Fidelma s brother, the king, is helping as the Abbess was his aunt But there are those at the abbey who support the rebellion, making things difficult And the murdered scholar was some sort of horn dog Abbeys were apparent [...]

    Ana Elena Romero
    Perfect As usual.

    Laura Edwards
    I have to say, I was a little bored with this one Mainly because the villain and setting were so strikingly similar to the book immediately previous And I had the suspects narrowed down to two one correct near the very beginning and for the right reasons On another note, I wish to point out something that has nothing to do with the book although information in the Sister Fidelma series brought the fact to my attention It concerns the troscud Does anybody remember Bobby Sands and Francis Hughes, [...]

    Carmen
    This one really picks up where the last one left off We discover that the bad guy in the last book has a sister who was masquerading as him Sister Fidelma and Eadwulf are sent to discover who kidnapped seven religious women in the neighboring kingdom, which was just recently at war with her brother, the king She comes up against much resentment but still is able to discover not only who kidnapped the six women and killed thier leader, but who killed the old learned one of the abbey and destroyed [...]

    Abra
    Another Sister Fidelma entry where the focus is on the titanic struggle for political power between the Eoghanacht kings and the Ui Fidgente claimants, and it harks very clearly back to The Leper s Bell I enjoy this series for the historical detail, not so much for the characterization The main characters, Fidelma and Eadulf, are not terribly well rounded, and minor characters are often flat ciphers Annoying But I DO like the context and culture, so I keep reading Tremayne kind of makes it appea [...]

    Lauri Saplad
    You gotta love Sister Fidelma She s a tough cookie in ancient Ireland who is educated and can take care of herself She s a Catholic nun, but is married in the old Irish tradition with a young son She s also a lawyer and a siter of the king With her partner, Brother Eadulf, she solves the most complicated mysteries crimes You learn a lot while reading these stories and I can never figure out the endings This one kept me guessing right up till the end There s corruption in all government and not e [...]

    Jessie
    Perhaps I am a lazy reader English language books which contain lots of unpronounceable foreign or dialect words, phrases, names, or entire blocks of narrative or conversation frustrate me Part of me wants to attribute that to a sort of snobbish elitism on the part of the author, even if said author is a well respected scholar in the field My unconcious keeps muttering show off as I trudge on reading Just write the damned historical treatise and get on with the mystery Oh, yes you re correct wou [...]

    Gerrie
    I realize Mr Tremayne is a Celtic Historian However, I found the tremendous amount of Celtic history overly tedious There were times when even the main character expressed her impatience with the constant recitation of historical background The mystery itself became fairly transparent at the halfway point If the unnecessary historical padding were removed the book would be about half as long and perhaps the actual mystery would have been written in a tighter fashion.

    Argum
    Picking up a month or so after the dramatic events in Leper s Bell, Conri the friendly Ui Fidengte who rescued her last time, asks for help in solving a mystery of the death of his aunt an abbess and her missing companions Because of the politics she must go and help much to Eadulf s disappointment Hostilities abound as does intrigue One of my favorites so far.

    Scot
    Latest in the Sister Fidelma series I like to start at the beginning of a series and work my way through it These mysteries are a nice mix for those interested in early Irish history and religious studies,but you have to be ready for a strong feminist hero Well researched by a precise scholar.

    james irvine Bell
    Annoyingly ArrogantI found that this Sister Fidelma tale while as well written and told as previous tales, I was frustrated by the arrogance of Fidelma and the constant putting down of Eadulf Only the author can tell you why but it is prevalent in this book than any other Fidelma yarns This was a distraction to an otherwise very agreeable mystery.

    Patricia
    I really enjoy when new and different areas of Irish law are played out in the Sister Fidelma stories I also enjoy that the author write a complex mystery that needs to be untangled As I have said before, by book16 or whatever this one is, I want to see what happens to the characters.

    Mieczyslaw Kasprzyk
    This was the first Sister Fidelma detective story I ever read and I haven t looked back since.

    Roshni
    Tremayne weaves a complex web of intrigue that Fidelma navigates with ease

    Mary Devlin
    So far, so good It keeps me awake at night

    Karen
    This was definitely one of the better books in the series sometimes Tremayne s plots get a little convoluted and the plot in this book was a little easier to follow.

    Tes
    I always learn a little history I enjoy the mystery as well.

    Kathleen
    I enjoyed it although a bit slower than I wanted it to move The next one I have on my kindle seems quicker or at least in an area of Ireland I want to read about.A great series however Try one

    P.D.R. Lindsay
    A really enjoyable Sister Fidelma mystery.How does the author keep writing such quality work Definitely one for the fans and well worth a read by anyone who enjoys historical mysteries.

    Frances
    I have liked all the books about the same 3.5

    Hapzydeco
    Sister Fidelma what s not to like However the emphasis on Scottish Gaelic becomes tedious.

    Les Wilson
    A good book, but not as enjoyable as Whispers Of The Dead.

    Ruthmarie
    Can t get enough of Sister Fidelma.

    Papayra
    Have it Haven t read it yet got it free from bookstore

    Tamsin Barlow
    Sister Fidelma good but not on my party list.

    berthenia
    Better than the other Sister Fidelma I read still a bit didactic, but structurally nimble.

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