"They must find the final key to the lost Templar treasure before they are killed!"
Reviewed by Shellie Surles
Posted April 6, 2018
Thriller Arcane | Thriller
David Mallory and Robin Jessup have been following clues
to find the lost Templar treasure for two books. Each
time they get close the Dominican Order gets in their way
and does their best to kill them. Thankfully Mallory and
Jessup have been able to avoid the death that seems to be
following them very closely.
The Dominican Order has resources and people willing to
do anything and kill anyone one to gain the Templar
treasure for themselves. They are deadly, leaving a trail
of bodies in their wake. Nothing and no one is safe.
In the same standard of THE DA VINCI CODE, James Becker
writes a history filled storyline searching for treasures
we love to imagine are real. The chemistry between Jessup
and Mallory develops even more through this well written
story line. They grow even closer and work together using
each others strengths.
THE TEMPLAR BROTHERHOOD leads you on a trail of
excitement through beautiful locations with a historical
twist that will keep you interested to discover the
James Becker, New York Times bestselling author of
The Templar Archive, returns with a breakneck
thriller whisking readers into the shadowy secret chambers
of the Knights Templar.
Having barely escaping the crosshairs of a deadly cult,
Robin Jessop and David Mallory crisscross Europe, seeking to
unlock the truth behind a conspiracy unresolved for seven
hundred yearsâ€”the mystery of what has given the enigmatic
Templars their unwavering power.
Infiltrating the groupâ€™s vast archives, Jessop and Mallory
make a startling find. An ancient Templar passport hints at
a sacred mission: the transportation of a priceless
treasure, an artifact of incomprehensible value. Delving
through centuries of clues and deception, the two come
face-to-face with a secret that could shake Christendom to
its coreâ€”and cost their own lives along the way.
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