Blood of Christ

Blood of Christ

Author: Tracey Leigh

Publisher: Balboa Press

ISBN: 9781452529592

Category: Fiction

Page: 594

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Blood of Christ: A Story of the Templar Knights uncovers the history of the Knights Templar as they flee persecution at the hands of the king of France. Setting sail from that country’s port in La Rochelle in 1307, these protectors of sacred mysteries and treasures vanish into history, despite the efforts of the king to extract the details of their plans by torturing captured knights. Seven centuries later, an early morning telephone call draws D. Wyatt Coltrain, sheriff of Singristy County, Texas, into a deepening mystery, the outlines of which Holly Desmond, a British archeologist and world-renowned authority on the history of the Knights Templar, explains to him. Despite Sheriff Coltrain’s initial skepticism, he finds himself confronting the beginnings of an adventure the outcome of which promises to change the reputation of his quiet hometown, rewrite history, and alter the world’s balance of power. Anyone who enjoys mysteries with historical roots, epics with locales that span the globe, stories of ordinary people swept up in world-shaking events, and challenges enfolded in riddles and puzzles will find in Blood of Christ: A Story of the Templar Knights an attractive story that begs the reader to turn to the next page ... and the next. Seven centuries later, an early morning telephone call draws D. Wyatt Coltrain, sheriff of Singristy County, Texas, into a deepening mystery, the outlines of which Holly Desmond, a British archeologist and world-renowned authority on the history of the Knights Templar, explains to him. Despite Sheriff Coltrain’s initial skepticism, he finds himself confronting the beginnings of an adventure whose outcome promises to change the reputation of his quiet hometown, rewrite history, and alter the world’s balance of power. Anyone who enjoys mysteries with historical roots, epics with locales that span the globe, stories of ordinary people swept up in world-shaking events, and challenges enfolded in riddles and puzzles will find in Blood of Christ: A Story of the Templar Knights an attractive story that begs the reader to turn to the next page ... and the next.
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