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In the early morning hours of Friday, October 13, 1307, the wrath of French king, Philip IV, rains down upon the Knights Templar. Jacques de Molay's doomsday scenario is executed as the ultimate coup-de-grâce against Philip, leaving Philip financially and morally bankrupt. The great Templar fleet of 18 ships sets sail for parts unknown, as each captain has a different set of instructions. Those on-board the Falcon learn the ultimate truth that is enough to cause each of them to pass out from a shock so unimaginable that it takes hundreds of years to be revealed, until intrepid adventurer Jason Gregg's impeccable timing and daring attempt to retrieve a valued keepsake, a U.S. silver dollar, ignites a deadly international hunt to keep the secret from being exposed.
ISBN: 9780986949210

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    A grest deal of this novel was like a ficticious history lesson, especially the beginning, but as the book progressed it all became relevant to the story and turned into an enjoyable read. I still personally believe that both the FBI and the CIA embark on a lot of covert/secretive undertakings that are covered up or are never revealed, even to the government or President of the USA, but that is just my opinion and is probably the case with equivalent agencies in many other countries as well. A bit far fetched also that a civilian could outwit and overpower agents of several intelligence organisations but fun to think it could be so. Never the less it was an interesting and entertaining storyline and I enjoyed it immensely!

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    Templar Odyssey

    I very much hate to pan a Canadian author but I cannot recommend this book to anyone. It is full of historical inaccuracies and changing the names of locations and highways in Ottawa is ridiculous.


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