THE TEMPLARS, TWO KINGS, AND A POPE by Grigor Fedan

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The Templars, two Kings and a Pope, the result of years of research, is the novelized reconstruction of the final 25 years of the Order. In these pages we learn of the secret war the Templars waged against the French King Philip IV, the workings of The Brotherhood, the shadowy organization that operated behind the scenes, the machinations of Lord Otto de Grandson, a Swiss-born, high-ranking Brotherhood member and key English official who enginereed the secret war; one of its outcomes was the founding of Switzerland.

"A truly riveting novel from beginniing to end, this is the stuff of which blockbuster Hollywood movies are made." Midwest Book Review.

"Unlike most fiction about the Templars, this novel has been painstakingly researched...the detail is incredibly accurate." Knight Templar Magazine.
 

About Grigor Fedan

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Grigor Fedan is a journalist by training. He worked for a series of newspapers for ten years, then as a free-lance feature writer. In the 1980's he was drawn into social research where he became well known. In the mid-90's he moved to Hawaii expressly to write fiction.
 
Published April 3, 2009 by Hafiz Publising. 321 pages
Genres: History, Religion & Spirituality, Literature & Fiction, Travel. Fiction

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