➾ Secret of the Templars (Templar, #9) Download ➹ Author Paul Christopher – Realestatelawcenter.us

Secret of the Templars (Templar, #9) After His Niece And Her Fiance Are Brutally Murdered, Holliday Vows To Avenge Their Deaths And Finish Their Work By Finding A Long Lost Dead Sea Scroll But In Doing So, He Stumbles Upon A Conspiracy Linking The Catholic Church To An Illicit Art Forgery Operation Involving The Nazis.Hunted By Those Determined To Hide The Truth, Holliday And Interpol Agent Peter Lazarus Embark On A Desperate Race From The Vaults Of The Vatican To The Deserts Of Pakistan To Unravel A Mystery Born In The Final Days Of The Third Reich, And To Recover The Scroll Contents Of Which Could Destroy The Very Foundations Of The Christian Faith.

➾ Secret of the Templars (Templar, #9)  Download ➹ Author Paul Christopher – Realestatelawcenter.us
  • Paperback
  • 371 pages
  • Secret of the Templars (Templar, #9)
  • Paul Christopher
  • English
  • 14 September 2017
  • 0451415701

    10 thoughts on “➾ Secret of the Templars (Templar, #9) Download ➹ Author Paul Christopher – Realestatelawcenter.us


  1. says:

    enjoyed this fast paced adventure thriller the latest in the Templar series with doc holliday as the action goes from UK to france, states and india Pakistan where different players are after the death sea scroll an easy read too and quick to read.


  2. says:

    Christopher returns with a ninth novel in his Templar series that remains on perma tepid, if not drifting towards cool Lieutenant Colonel John Doc Holliday vows to find a long lost Dead Sea Scroll that could have great implications for Christianity as a whole During his search, Holliday also discovers a link between the Catholic Church and a number of art forgeries directly tied to the Nazis, putting these two unlikely groups in bed together With this highly controversial information, Holli Christopher returns with a ninth novel in his Templar series that remains on perma tepid, if not drifting towards cool Lieutenant Colonel John Doc Holliday vows to find a long lost Dead Sea Scroll that could have great implications for Christianity as a whole During his search, Holliday also discovers a link between the Catholic Church and a number of art forgeries directly tied to the Nazis, putting these two unlikely groups in bed together With this highly controversial information, Holliday embarks on his journey, teaming up with Interpol agent Peter Lazarus, to solve both mysteries and live to tell about his harrowing tale With curious intensity, Christopher tells a story that has long divorced itself from the Templar theme, but still rocks Christianity s foundation.As I have written of past Templar series novels penned by Paul Christopher, the wind has s...


  3. says:

    I have enjoyed a lot of books movies recently involving art stolen during WWII This book intrigued me although I did find the addition of so many new characters to be confusing at times Overall, I enjoyed following the story line of the main character.


  4. says:

    It does all get a bit frantic really, as secret and not so secret group after secret and not so secret group chase our hero and his new Interpol friend all over Europe and eventually to Afghanistan Which as you know, for writers of world spanning thrillers, is like Lee Child s No Name, Middle of Nowhere U.S towns anything goes Normal rules need not apply This, the last in the series, does seem to be going all out on the flashy trashy Thriller staples Shadowy groups, assassins, people kn It does all get a bit frantic really, as secret and not so secret group after secret and not so secret group chase our hero and his new Interpol friend all over Europe and eventually to Afghanistan Which as you know, for writers of world spanning thrillers, is like Lee Child s No Name, Middle of Nowhere U.S towns anything goes Normal rules need not apply This, the last in the series, does seem to be going all out on the flashy trashy Thriller staples Shadowy groups, assassins, people knowing where you are without ever having appeared in the book before, etc Nothing says unfeeling, uncaring because I m richer than you miserable bastards could ever hope to be and therefore don t deign to conform to your society s norms, as a member of a secret sect, global power behind everything and all, and have tastes in this and that, that make you plebs sayEWWbecause y...


  5. says:

    My biggest gripe was that the author thinks the Indian and Pakistani borders are very fluid, like that in Europe perhaps You can t take a train from Ahmedabad in India to Quetta in Pakistan without crossing one of the, if not the most fenced border in the world the only train service between India and Pakistan is between New Delhi and Lahore by the way Also southern Mumb...


  6. says:

    Again, as per previous book, hurried characterisation and a lot chucked in in too small a spacebut this was still an entertaining read This isn t prize winning literature, this is just light entertainmentbut very enjoyable as such.


  7. says:

    Wow what a story.There was nothing but suspense through the whole book Nothing but corruption in every walk of life As we go through life you get a feeling that is a bunch of lies Well that is what the author did do Fantastic read.


  8. says:

    A bunch of folks got hooked on Paul Christopher s Templar series a few volumes back, and the pseudonymed, mysterious author has kept us all on his leash for quite a while now as we follow the exploits of ex Ranger and West Point prof Lt Col John Doc Holliday, probably the most shot at man to ever walk the earth The last couple of books have had their own tragedies, and the newest edition, Secret of the Templars , is no exception Won t say what You ll have to read it But Holliday does pi A bunch of folks got hooked on Paul Christopher s Templar series a few volumes back, and the pseudonymed, mysterious author has kept us all on his leash for quite a while now as we follow the exploits of ex Ranger and West Point prof Lt Col John Doc Holliday, probably the most shot at man to ever walk the earth The last couple of books have had their own tragedies, and the newest edition, Secret of the Templars , is no exception Won t say what You ll have to read it But Holliday does pick up a new ally in Secret who s fairly entertaining and capable in his own right In addition to the Templar lore which...


  9. says:

    Doc Holliday John is determined to avenge the death of his cousin and her husband and complete their work of finding a lost Dead Sea Scroll Unfortunately, he has the misfortune to anger many different group He stumbles across an art forgery scheme that links the Vatican to the art stolen by the Nazis.He along with and Interpol agent, Peter, are being hunted by the CIA, British Secret Service and the Vatican Members of all of these groups are involved with the Nazis and the forgeries I love Doc Holliday John is determined to avenge the death of his cousin and her husband and complete their work of finding a lost Dead Sea Scroll Unfortunately, he has the misfortune to anger many different group He stumbles across an art forgery scheme that links the Vatican to the art stolen by the Nazis.He along with and Interpol agent, Peter, are being hunted by the CIA, British Secret Service and the Vatican Members of all of these groups are involved with the Nazis and the forgeries I love this series but did struggle with this one not because of the writing As a Catholic, I was bothered by the implication that the current Holy Father, was involved with any Vatican corruption I am a realist There has been Popes and other members of the Vatican involved in shady deals I can t accept the idea that this current Pope, who is bent on ending corruption, would be involved I also found...


  10. says:

    Much better Even though he killed off most of our favorite characters, Christopher introduces some new allies and leads us on a merry adventure This book deals with repercussions of WWII and the Nazi art trains I ...

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