of Vol. XVII, No. 2 of The Brehon* - The Journal of The International
Sister Fidelma Society - include:
- US Edition of Night of The Lightbringer Introduced Via Webinar
- Fidelma Adirondack Discussion
- Cashel Fans Ensure Fidelma Presence at Irish Book Fair
- Peter’s Knowledge Sought by Houston Grand Opera
- Tremayne Short Stories
- Peter’s 100th Title
- Night of The Lightbringer and New French Covers
- Brehon Revelation - Peter Tremayne was “Captain Death!”
- Past Times
- Readerspeak (of a sort... again...)
- and more...
Based on the overwhelming appeals from fans of the good Sister worldwide, as well as extremely positive feedback through this website, the author has authorized the formation of The International Sister Fidelma Society - the only such organization officially sanctioned by the author, who serves as its patron.
Membership in the Society include a 3-times yearly newsletter, The Brehon, emailed to subscribing members in PDF format. We'll be updating fans of the author and his character on the activities of both, contributions by both fans and fellow authors, information about the artists involved with the various Fidelma covers, etc., as well as possible coordinated trips to Ireland to
visit Fidelma locations.
The main thrust of this Journal is feedback from the readers themselves. The worldwide readership of the Sister Fidelma Mysteries continues to expand with each new tale, and new devotees of the religiuse continue to express their feelings about the detective and her author. We want this section of the journal to be your venue - we want your input, your comments,
your ideas. Share with fellow readers how you first came across Sister Fidelma - what it is you like about the character(s), the stories, etc. We will publish as many as we have space for. Readers are encouraged to send their comments, etc. to the Editor at 1818 North Taylor St, Ste B, PMB 312, Little Rock, AR 72207 USA. Comments may also be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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If you're a true fan of Peter, and his "progeny," you NEED to be a member of The International Sister Fidelma Society, and join the ever-growing ranks of members from over 15 countries!!! You won't find more up-to-date exclusives anywhere else!!
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