The Templar's Relic

The Templar's Relic

eBook - 2012
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A USA TODAY AND BARNES and NOBLE #1 BESTSELLER! The Church Helped Destroy the Templars. Will a twist of fate let them get their revenge 700 years later? The Vault must be sealed, but a construction accident leads to a miraculous discovery--an ancient tomb containing four Templar Knights, long forgotten, on the grounds of the Vatican. Not knowing who they can trust, the Vatican requests Professors James Acton and Laura Palmer examine the find, but what they discover, a precious Islamic relic, lost during the Crusades, triggers a set of events that shake the entire world, pitting the two greatest religions against each other. Join Professors James Acton and Laura Palmer, INTERPOL Agent Hugh Reading, Scotland Yard DI Martin Chaney, and the Delta Force Bravo Team as they race against time to defuse a worldwide crisis that could quickly devolve into all-out war. At risk is nothing less than the Vatican itself, and the rock upon which it was built. From USA Today bestselling author J. Robert Kennedy comes The Templar's Relic, the fourth entry in the smash hit James Acton Thrillers series, where once again Kennedy takes history and twists it to his own ends, resulting in a heart pounding thrill ride filled with action, suspense, humor and heartbreak. Available James Acton Thrillers: The Protocol, Brass Monkey, Broken Dove, The Templar's Relic, Flags of Sin, The Arab Fall, The Circle of Eight, The Venice Code, Pompeii's Ghosts, Amazon Burning, The Riddle. --Provided by publisher
Publisher: [Place of publication not identified] : J. Robert Kennedy, 2012
ISBN: 9781301915019
Branch Call Number: EBOOK ENKI
Characteristics: 1 online resource
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