By Peter Tremayne
In a brand new access in a secret sequence set in medieval England, a whodunit set in seventh-century eire reveals younger Sister Fidelma of Kildare trying to find the killer of a popular Celtic abbess at a Church convocation.
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Absolution by Murder (Sister Fidelma, Book 1) by Peter Tremayne