Their business with the Archbishop of Canterbury now complete, Sister Fidelma and Brother Eadulf must make one final journey before returning home to Ireland to the village of Seaxmunds Ham in the land of the South Folk where Eadulf grew up. But a mysterious message from his childhood friend, Brother Botulf, finds them making an unexpected detour to the nearby Aldreds Abbey, where Botulf has requested their presence at a very particular time on a very particular day midnight on the old pagan feast of Yule.
Puzzled and intrigued by their summons, Fidelma and Eadulf battle against the harsh winter storms to make their appointment, only to find they have, nevertheless, arrived too late. Botulf is dead killed by an unknown hand.
And as they struggle to comprehend this staggering news, it soon becomes clear that the murder of this young monk is not the only trouble facing the abbey. Another less tangible danger threatens the ghost of a young woman haunts the cloister shadows a woman some say bears a startling likeness to the Abbot Cilds dead wife. But can Fidelma and Eadulf discover the truth before they themselves fall victim to the danger which pervades the abbey walls?
This paperback is in very good condition with light spine creases.
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