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This review is from: The Templar Concordat (Kindle Edition)
The world is full of templar and ancient artefact/books that will change the world, and this is yet another. It 's well written and the terrorist and mossad activities are believable , hopefully not prescient. But the key to the plot, that a rediscovered 13th century document signed by the then Pope would bring down Christianity is just too far fetched.. The author does not seem to recognise that all Christians are not Roman Catholics. Thus a Vatican representative is shown as speaking for all Christians without any agreement by them.
I enjoyed the story, but there were too many incredulous moments to really get into it.
By the way, its better written than Dan Browns potboilers,