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COMPLETE LIST OF THE SHORT STORIES AND FIRST APPEARANCES IN THE UK AND USA ONLY

  • "Hemlock At Vespers," Midwinter Mysteries 3, ed. Hilary Hale, Little Brown, London, October, 1993
    • US appearance: Murder Most Irish, ed. Ed Gorman, Larry Segriff & Martin H. Greenberg, Barnes Noble, 1996
  • "The High King's Sword," Mammoth Book of Historical Whodunnits, ed. Mike Ashley, Foreword by Ellis Peters, Robinson Books, London, 1993
    • US: Carroll & Graf edition, New York
  • "Murder in Repose," Great Irish Detective Stories, ed. Peter Haining, Souvenir Press, London, 1993
  • "Murder By Miracle," Constable New Crime No 2, ed. Maxim Jakubowski, Constable, London, 1993
    • US appearance: The Year's Best Mystery & Suspense Stories 1994, ed. Edward D. Hoch, Walker & Co Ltd, New York
  • "A Canticle for Wulfstan," Midwinter Mysteries 4, ed. Hilary Hale, Little Brown, London, 1994
    • US appearance: Ellery Queen Mystery Magazine, May, 1995
  • "Abbey Sinister," Mammoth Book of Historical Detectives, ed. Mike Ashley, Robinson Publishing, London, 1995
    • US edition by Carroll & Graf New York
  • "Tarnished Halo," Minister Mysteries 5, ed. Hilary Hale, Little Brown, London, 1995
  • "The Horse That Died for Shame," Murder at the Races, ed, Peter Haining, Orion Books, London, 1995
  • "The Poison Chalice," Classical Whodunnits, ed. Mike Ashley, Robinson Books, London, 1996
    • US edition by Carroll & Graf, New York
  • "At the Tent of Holofernes," Ellery Queen Mystery Magazine, December, 1997
  • "A Scream from the Sepulchre," Ellery Queen Mystery Magazine, May, 1998
  • "Invitation to a Poisoning," Past Poisons: An Ellis Peters Memorial of Historical Crime, ed. Maxim Jakubowski, 1998
  • "Holy Blood," Great Irish Stories of Murder and Mystery, ed. Peter Haining, Souvenir Press, 1999
  • "Those Who Trespass," Chronicles of Crime - The Second Ellis Peters Memorial Anthology of Historical Crime, ed. Maxim Jakubowski, Headline, October, 1999
  • "Our Lady of Death," Dark Detectives: Adventures of the Supernatural Sleuths, ed. Steve Jones, Fedogan & Bremer, 2000
  • "Like A Dog Returning," Murder Most Medieval, ed. Martin H. Greenberg and John Heifers, Cumberland House, Nashville, Tennessee, USA, 2000
  • "Those Who Trespass" has not only been chosen for its popularity for reprinting in Murder Most Divine, ed. Ralph McInery and Martin H. Greenburg, Cumberland House, short, but for the prestigious collection World's Finest Crime and Mystery Stories, ed. Ed Gorman, Tor Books, New York, 2000
  • "Who Stole The Fish?," Murder Through The Ages, ed. Maxim Jakubowski, Headline Books, London, 2000
  • "Scattered Thorns," Murder Most Celtic, Martin H. Greenburg, Cumberland House, Nashville, Tennessee, USA, 2001
  • "Corpse on a Holy Day," And The Dying Is Easy, ed. Joseph Pittman and Annette Riffle, Signet, New York, April, 2001
  • "Death of an Icon", in a new Mike Ashley collection from Robinson, Fall, 2001
  • "The Astrologer Who Predicted His Own Murder," in Death By Horoscope, ed. Anne Perry, Carroll & Graf, New York, Fall, 2001.
  • "Death of an Icon," The Mammoth Book of Historical Whodunnits (Brand New Collection) ed. Mike Ashley, Robinson, London, August, 2001 (this is not to be confused with the collection under the same title published in 1993)
  • "The Astrologer Who Predicted His Own Murder," in Death By Horoscope, ed. Anne Perry, Carroll & Graf, New York, July 2001
  • "Whispers of the Dead" has just been published in Murder Most Catholic, edited by Ralph McInerny, Cumberland House, Nashville, Tennessee, ISBN 1-58182-260-X, $14.95
  • "Gold At Night," Great Irish Drinking Stories, ed. Peter Haining, Souvenir Press, London, Fall, 2002
  • "The Blemish," The Brehon (Journal of the International Sister Fidelma Society), Little Rock, Arkansas, September issue (No.3), 2002
  • "The Lost Eagle," in The Mammoth Book of Roman Whodunnits, ed. Mike Ashley, Robinson, London, August, 2003. ISBN 1-84119-685-1. Also Carroll & Graf, New York, simultaneous publication, ISBN 0-7867-1241-4
  • "Dark Moon Rising," The Brehon (Journal of the International Sister Fidelma Society), Vol.II, No 3.  September, 2003
  • "The Banshee," in Ellery Queen Mystery Magazine, New York, February, 2004
  • "Cry Wolf!" original story for Whispers of the Dead, St Martins Press (New York) and Headline (London) March 2004
  • "The Fosterer," original story for Whispers of the Dead, St Martins Press (New York) and Headline (London) March 2004
  • "The Heir Apparent," original story for Whispers of the Dead, St Martins Press (New York) and Headline (London) March 2004 Lair of the
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  • "The Spiteful Shadow" in The Mammoth Book of Historical Whodunnits - Third Collection, edited by Mike Ashley, Robinson, London, June 2005 - as New Historical Whodunnits, Carroll & Graf, New York, June, 2005; reprinted in An Ensuing Evil and Others: Fourteen Historical Mystery Stories by Peter Tremayne, St Martin's Minotaur, New York, January, 2006. ISBN 0-312-34228-4
  • "Does God Obey his Own Laws?: A Sister Fidelma Mystery," in Thou Shalt Not Kill: Biblical Mystery Stories, edited by Anne Perry, Carroll & Graf, New York, December, 2005
  • "Sanctuary!," Ellery Queen Mystery Magazine, New York, May, 2006
  • "Finnbarr's Bell," The Holly Bough (Cork), Christmas, 2008
  • "The Night of the Snow Wolf," (a novelette) in The Mammoth Book of Historical Mysteries, ed. Mike Ashley, Constable Robinson, London, July, 2011
  • "The Comb Bag," Ellery Queen Mystery Magazine, July, 2013
  • "The Lair of the White Fox" (e-novella) May 5, 2016 Headline Publishing website
  • "Catspaw," Ellery Queen Mystery Magazine, December, 2016

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