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Blood in Eden (Sister Fidelma Mysteries Book 30) : An unputdownable mystery of bloodshed and betrayal, Paperback / softback Book

Blood in Eden (Sister Fidelma Mysteries Book 30) : An unputdownable mystery of bloodshed and betrayal Paperback / softback

Narrated by Caroline Lennon

Paperback / softback


Sister Fidelma returns in BLOOD IN EDEN, the thirtieth Celtic mystery by Peter Tremayne, acclaimed author of BLOODMOON, PENANCE OF THE DAMNED and NIGHT OF THE LIGHTBRINGER.

If you love Ellis Peters, you'll be gripped by BLOOD IN EDEN and the Sister Fidelma series. Ireland. AD 672. The hamlet of Cloichin is said to be a veritable Eden, with its prosperous farms and close-knit, friendly community.

But when Sister Fidelma and Eadulf arrive, a new priest has ordered the villagers to lynch a man accused of murdering a local farmer, his wife and two sons.

The only evidence they hold against him is the fact that he is a stranger to their land. Saving the man's life, Fidelma is determined that the villagers must give the newcomer a fair trial.

But there is to be more blood in Eden and more lives will be lost as long-standing friends become new-found enemies, and no one knows who to trust . . . What readers are saying about the Sister Fidelma series:'Tremayne is one of those very few historical mystery writers who can perplex and bewilder.

He weaves the twisty plots into a complex historical narrative''A must-read for anyone looking for a good mystery''The characters are original, the settings are imaginative and true-to-life and the intricate plots form enough threads to keep you guessing at every turn'




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