Templar Brotherhood is the third installment of the Lost
Treasure of the Templars series that features the investigative
duo of David Mallory and Robin Jessup as they probe into yet
more secrets of the Knights Templar treasures and archives
of the Middle Ages. This novel will interest both the readers
of the series and new readers who find the historical aspects
and mythology of the Knights Templars compelling and fascinating.
historical background information and context with good old-fashioned
adventure and mystery, the duo works to decode and analyze
a potentially provocative document retrieved in Switzerland
under extreme circumstances. While working to decode the document,
the duo’s adversaries work to stop the duo’s efforts
and preserve the document’s secrets.
I like about the book was its fast pace of bad guys (those
wanting to preserve the document’s secrets) chasing
the good guys (the intrepid duo), car chases through the scenic
British countryside and small towns, providing historical
Knights Templar background context as the story unfolds, and
successfully sustaining the mystery until the very end. The
lure of the Knights Templar still attracts a core group of
readers not so much for what and who the Templars actually
were, but more for the mystery and myths of the Knights and
their controversial importance and impact in Middle Age Europe.