The Seal

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Pan Macmillan, 2007 - Historical fiction - 486 pages
13 Reviews
It is the year 1307, and the ancient Order of the Knights of Christ and the Temple of Solomon is in danger. The King of France and Pope Clement V are scheming to appropriate the most sacred and dangerous of all secrets held by the Order - a secret encrypted on the ring seal of Jacques de Molay, the Templar Grand Master.

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Review: The Seal (Rosicrucian Quartet #2)

User Review  - George Fodor - Goodreads

I am on page 60 or so in the Kindle edition. Gideon is cutting the scrotum from the body of a dead enemy; he will use this "sac" as a pocket on his jacket. What kind of research suggested this detail ... Read full review

Review: The Seal (Rosicrucian Quartet #2)

User Review  - thomas - Goodreads

I enjoyed the subject matter and the historic research was thorough. Slightly melodramatic but still a worthy read. Read full review

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