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    A Great Read

    Freemasons, Templers, Nazis and a mysterious organization called Thule all play a role in this intense thriller. A police investigator who is an expert on the Freemasons and an embassy security chief who hates the Freemasons make a highly unlikely pair when they are assigned to investigate a ritual murder at the French Embassy in Rome. The story is compelling, and is fleshed out with a variety of very different and interesting characters. The interactions between the characters make for truly great reading.
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    Shadow Ritual

    A good read, one mans obsession with power and those who would oppose him, including those he endeavoured to lead. Also gives a history of the Freemason, once the backbone of every community with discipline of self, learning and giving back to the community.
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    a must read

    What an intellectual and imaginative thrill ride. This novel is steeped in history and culture. The chapters jump back and forth between characters and nations in seemingly unrelated, but nonetheless interesting stories. When they begin to intertwine the novel goes from a good story to an unforgettable one. These authors don’t employ a particularly in-depth form of character development outside of the plot of the story proper. What is there serves to forward the storyline rather than to make the characters more palpable to readers. It is a unique and risky approach that works well in this case. More than once I found myself talking to the characters, trying to point them in the right direction. This story was so fascinating to read. I couldn’t picture anyone better to carry this story forward. The mix of past and present, history and reality, all wrapped up in a conspiracy theory is impossible to fight. It’s hands down better than Dan Brown. Please note that I received a complimentary copy of this work in exchange for an honest review.

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