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The Templar Brotherhood (The Lost Treasure of the Templars #3)

James Becker

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James Becker, New York Times bestselling author of The Templar Archive, returns with a breakneck thriller whisking readers into the shadowy secret chambers of the Knights Templar.

Having barely escaping the crosshairs of a deadly cult, Robin Jessop and David Mallory crisscross Europe, seeking to unlock the truth behind a conspiracy unresolved for seven hundred years—the mystery of what has given the enigmatic Templars their unwavering power. 

Infiltrating the group’s vast archives, Jessop and Mallory make a startling find. An ancient Templar passport hints at a sacred mission: the transportation of a priceless treasure, an artifact of incomprehensible value. Delving through centuries of clues and deception, the two come face-to-face with a secret that could shake Christendom to its core—and cost their own lives along the way.


Praise For The Templar Brotherhood (The Lost Treasure of the Templars #3)

Praise for James Becker’s Novels

“Fast-paced action propels the imaginative and controversial plot.”—Publishers Weekly

“This is an utterly spellbinding book...stunning and breathtaking....I was left shattered and stunned.”—Euro Crime

“James Bond meets Alex Cross.”—Fresh Fiction

“Extremely satisfying and ridiculously exciting!”—For Winter Nights

“Superbly crafted…it breaks new ground...a tightly worded, sharply written thriller.”—CrimeSquad.com

Berkley, 9780451473974, 464pp.

Publication Date: October 3, 2017



About the Author

James Becker spent more than twenty years in the Royal Navy's Fleet Air Arm. Throughout his career he has been involved in covert operations in many of the world's hot spots, including Yemen, Russia, and Northern Ireland. He is the author of The Lost Treasure of the Templars and The Templar Archive as well as the Chris Bronson novels, including The Lost Testament and Echo of the Reich. He also writes action-adventure novels under the name James Barrington and military history under the name Peter Smith in the U.K.