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The Templar Salvation by Raymond Khoury
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Aug 03, 2011

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Khoury’s sequel to The Last Templar, this book is a fast-paced tale that rockets over seventeen centuries, from the Council of Nicaea in 325 AD to today’s Turkey. FBI Agent Sean Reilly returns, this time to rescue his kidnapped love, Tess Chaykin. Khoury offers his best-drawn villain, an Iranian Islamic extremist whose goal is nothing less than undermining, if not pulling down, the entire structure of Christianity. A great weekend escapist read, but beware: The dialogue of Khoury’s protagonists often reveals what must be the author’s antipathy towards religious orthodoxy, especially in the Catholic Church.

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