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The Wolves of Solomon

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England, 1307 . . .

Templar Knight Galeren de Massard is sent to investigate an incident where a nun claims to have been attacked by “a man who became a wolf.” When Galeren meets Catherine, he instinctively knows that her attacker was Esquin de Floyran, an old foe, and that his return is dangerous for the increasingly unpopular Templar Order.

Out for revenge, De Floyran has
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Paperback, 504 pages
Published June 16th 2010 by Lulu.com
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Tracie McBride
Nov 05, 2011 Tracie McBride rated it really liked it
The Wolves of Solomon is a novel by ex-pat British author R.L. Blackhurst. Ms Blackhurst now lives in the South Island of New Zealand with her partner. I came across The Wolves of Solomon when Ms Blackhurst posted the novel for review in the Facebook group Review Seekers (the New Zealand connection is entirely coincidental). It was originally intended for my son to read and review; the original post on Facebook said something along the lines of “This is not strictly YA”, and I seized on the YA p ...more
Christine Elliott
I loved this story. Although I initially considered the premise of Templar Knights as Werewolves as preposterous, I was sufficiently wooed by the story line to suspend disbelief and follow this story. On doing so, I was rewarded with a tale that unfolded with rich historical detail and complex political machinations that are more than believable for the times in which the story is set. I found the pace was even throughout although a couple of slow spots had me skipping pages ... only because I r ...more
Sam
This is a brilliant amalgamation of historical fact, a ton of fiction, werewolves, revenge, conspiracy and good ol' action adventure very much in the theme of Three Musketeers and similar stories. Blackhurst combines the traditional stories that surround the Templar Knights with a good dose of werewolf lore and the usual romance, damsel in distress and saving world order that such historical tales require in a fairly seamless and fast paced story. We find ourselves following a number of the char ...more
Sabrina
Apr 30, 2015 Sabrina marked it as not-finished
I found this book to be very leading and a Templar who doesn't believe in its' cause is not something I'm into. Plus the heroine was a bit too Mary-Sue, the Abbess too damning, you get the picture. Shame because the premise is wonderful.
bev Knestrick
Jan 09, 2015 bev Knestrick rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Good read! 5 stars

This book was good. The story flowed well and kept you interested in the outcome of it's very likable hero and his mate.

Jack L Stevens
Jul 25, 2015 Jack L Stevens rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Great Story

This book does fit in with historical events, and could be said is true. But that there lies the secret of the Templars.
Denise
Very interesting. Started out a little slow, but once all the preliminary descriptions were done it got interesting. Very different from the usual werewolf tale. I have started the second book in the series.
Lois
Mar 29, 2015 Lois rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
INTERESTING STORY
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I was born in Essex but raised in Bahrain and southern Spain. Having fallen in love with the natural world at a young age, I studied for a degree in Earth and Planetary Sciences and went on to do a PhD in Astrobiology (looking for microbes that could colonize Martian rocks and that sort of thing!)

Now, I live in New Zealand and make "palm oil free" soaps and natural skincare products, and write fan
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