Review: The Last Templar

The Last Templar
The Last Templar by Raymond Khoury
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

The Last Templar was an exciting read, melding an ancient organization (The Templers) into the new world. Much like The Da Vinci Code, this story takes you on an adventure to recover the lost secret of the Templars.
Tess Chaykin, a female archaeologist, is at the museum the evening a group of men, dressed as Templar Knights and riding horses, invades and steals one of the Vatican artifacts. Her eyes connect with those of the thief, for but a brief moment. Outside the museum, Sean Reilly, an FBI agent, is trying to make sense out of the blood bath that has just taken place.
Enter into the story, Monsignor De Angelis – are his intentions truly in line with the church he serves, or is there something more sinister propelling him to get his hands on the artifact that was stolen.
Tess decides that for her to find the artifact will be her crowning moment in her career. As she follows the clues, she is joined by Sean, whose intention is to protect her. Of course, what would a book be without a touch of love…
De Angelis has Tess followed – he knows she might be his best bet to locate what he is looking for.
Danger is around every corner. What will Tess do with the artifact, once she finds it and realizes what is in the little box, which has been kept secret for centuries, could change the whole world’s idea of what Christianity is all about.
The Last Templar – well worth the read!

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