By Peter Tremayne
Within the yr 666 C.E., Sister Fidelma embarks on a pilgrimage to mirror upon her dedication to the church and her dating with the Saxon monk Eadulf. Seabound to the Shrine of St. James, she encounters her old flame Cian, who deserted her ten years past. yet sooner than she will tackle her feelings-she needs to determine if a assassin has additionally set sail with her...
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Act of Mercy (Sister Fidelma, Book 8) by Peter Tremayne