The Spider's Web (A Sister Fidelma mystery) Hardcover – 3 Apr 1997
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"In the simultaneously sharp-tongued and full womanly figure of Sister Fidelma, Tremayne has created a heroine whom many readers will willingly follow. Even Brother Cadfael might have tolerated her." -- "Kirkus Reviews on "Absolution by Murder "A treat for history buffs who devoured "How the Irish Saved Civilization and historical mystery fans who appreciate strong, highly intelligent female protagonists."--"Booklist on "The Subtle Serpent --This text refers to the Mass Market Paperback edition.
In her fifth mystery, Sister Fidelma is faced with a challenging and disturbing case to investigate--This text refers to the Mass Market Paperback edition. See all Product Description
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Shame it all must have all been swept away after their Celtic-Christian beliefs were outlawed by the strong onslaught of Catholic Christendom that swept through Europe in later years and we rushed headlong into the Dark Ages.
The novel hinges on the idea that we aren't always what people think we are.
A young boy is charged with two murders. He cannot see, hear or speak so how does he proclaim his innocence? Fidelma finds a way for him to communicate and the things he reveils are both unbelievable and true.
Not one to miss.
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A very enjoyable story. Full of historical background with a mystery unwinding. Love the characters.Published 5 months ago by SAB
Good tale as usual but litle reference to Spider's Webs Luckily this did not harm the story!Published 9 months ago by Kindle Customer
I thoroughly enjoyed it and managed to work out 'who dunnit' just before the end. I found it a good read.Published 11 months ago by Jo Dawson
A good addition to the Sister Fidelma series - well worth readingPublished 11 months ago by LesofDevon