The Templar Heresy
An extraordinary discovery.
When his old friend, Angela, invites him out to her archaeological dig in the Iraqi desert, Chris Bronson is expecting a relaxing few days and an overdue catch-up. But when they arrive at the site they find her colleagues slaughtered and a recent discovery defaced.
An ancient mystery.
Their only clue is an incomplete inscription, which holds the key to uncovering the truth behind a centuries-old secret. With unknown assassins hot on their heels, Chris and Angela are forced into a desperate hunt across the globe for the final piece of the puzzle. And if they don’t find it first, the consequences could be fatal . . .
The race of their lives.
The Templar Heresy is certainly a must-read for fans of Dan Brown, as it states on the cover. It’s fast-paced, intriguing and immensely gripping. I read it in two sittings, curled up on the sofa.
Chris Bronson is invited to an archaeological dig in the Iraq dessert. But when he arrives at the dig, he finds fifteen archaeologists massacred, the bodies being picked at by vultures and an the exciting newly-discovered inscription found in an underground chamber, erased. But with all evidence of the inscription gone, Chris Bronson comes to believe that this is not simply an act of terrorism. It is something much more.
The Tamplar Heresy is very intriguing. That is the word that keeps popping up in my head. At some points I couldn’t turn the page fast enough. It’s action-packed, thrilling and keeps you on the edge of your seat.
James Beckers spins a detailed, finely plotted adventure that unravels beautifully.
Action-packed. Intriguing. Fast-paced.
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Big thank you to Becky Hunter for my review copy!