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Lever Templar by Matt Gianni
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History has always amazed me with the ways in which various religions can drive individuals and groups to incredible heights (or depths). Witness as one example the Inquisition. Another example is the Knights Templar, an incredibly dedicated order willing to fight in the Crusades, to battle to recover Jerusalem, against an equally dedicated army from another strongly-motivated religion. The secrecy of the Knights Templar and the Order's purported treasure have also kept readers and historians spellbound for centuries. In LEVER TEMPLAR, the premise is that the Order keeps secret a scroll which gives leverage over the then very powerful Roman Catholic Church. The ramifications apply not only to the 14th century, but also to today. LEVER TEMPLAR is a well-written and fast-paced thriller combining history and contemporary religion and cultures.
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