Fidelma and her husband, Eadulf, must solve the mysteries of two deaths while confronting a reactionary group supporting (with violence) the Old Faith. As usual, there are many pieces to the puzzle, and Eadulf, worryingly, is separated from the investigating group at the real risk of his life. Fidelma, while intelligent and intuitive, is also entitled, and as usual, snappish and grumpy, especially when Eadulf goes missing. The Great Fair at Cashel is only a minor player in the story. Spousal abuse and a fledgling romance figure more than the fair in the story. Fidelma’s summation, a la Hercule Poirot, is not as thrilling as in most of her stories. The reader will know most of the pieces before the big reveal.
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