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The Templar's Penance: (Knights Templar 15) (Knights Templar Mysteries) Kindle Edition
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For those who have not ready any of Michael Jecks medieval novels I can recommend them heartily. This novel takes Simon and Sir Baldwin away from their West Country environment but loses nothing of its mystery and suspense. If you like medieval mysteries, these are as good as any around.
I always remember reading a column in a newspaper by an order priest; he was a great historian as well, not only full stop but of the church, and I remember one time he said that in the pre-reformation years that Europe, despite obvious differences across the continent in culture, language (with Latin a great equaliser though), topology and climate, it was still nevertheless one big country. After reading this, I not only see what he meant, but can see that the author, Michael Jecks, knows this too and has managed to have this embedded in the pages.
Ok, new to the series. Will I read more? Go back and start in order? Yep, and look forward to doing so.
The central character, Sir Baldwin Furnhill; new to me but no doubt known by now by millions as this is the 15th outing in the series, is a strong, robust believable knight of the middle ages - a good man 'though far, far from perfect, blood on his hands (although I'll have to read earlier tales to find how much, if any in reality in terms of genuine guilt/culpability), goes off to show remorse to the Almighty, on a pilgrimage to Santiago de Compostela in Spain. He takes with him his friend, Bailiff, Simon Puttock. The two friends, as most pairings of friends are, are different yet similar, and thus compatible.Read more ›
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Well constucted plot which is accessible to any reader but some of the finer points of the story do need the reader to have read the previous book ( The mad monk of Gidleagh )Published 15 months ago by Blue Shed
I have just bought this for my kindle. I have already read it but would like to read it again.Published on 8 April 2014 by Mrs. S. Durden