of Vol. XVI, No. 1 of The Brehon* - The Journal of The International
Sister Fidelma Society - include:
- The 2017 Féile Fidelma
- A New Fidelma Mystery Is On The Way
- Fidelma at American Conference for Irish Studies
- Another Fidelma Story in Breton
- Long-Awaited Second Graphic Novel Will Soon Be With Us
- Latest German Fidelma and Audio Book
- The Coming E-Book Delights of Tremayne Before Fidelma
- Kobo Promotion
- The Latest From “The Voice of Fidelma”
- EQMM Story
- Peter Tremayne: Master of the Short Story by Christy Gordon
- Past Times
- Anglo-Saxons in 7th Century Ireland?
- Tremayne Reissues
- 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,
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