The Temple Mount Code: A Thomas Lourds Thriller (Thomas Lourdes) Paperback – 7 Jul 2011
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Indiana Jones meets The Da Vinci Code. Look out, Dan Brown (Booklist)
A rollicking adventure, with nonstop action and suspense (Publishers Weekly)
About the Author
The author is a well-known figure in the literary community, with many awards and books to his credit. He's been a university professor, a teacher, a little league coach and a rodeo cowboy. He's a frequent speaker who has given lectures at such widely divergent places as the CIA, West Point, and science fiction conventions. He lives in the Midwest with his family.
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Top Customer Reviews
This is escapist fiction at its best. I am open to reading anything from non fiction to serious literature, my weakness began with Jack Higgins and since then I have sort out authors that can provide a quick read with a good storyline that helps me pass my insommnia. This works and great fun to boot. The Temple Mount Code
The premise of this latest novel is weak, unexplored and tentative. Unfortunately, this is one novel that has been passed rather quickly to the charity shops; though I don't recommend it. Perhaps the author can improve his next offering...
A couple of errors- p.61 "cut off their heads and hands and mail them to their families",whereas p.125 "Their heads and feet were received by their families today".
P.419 "The choking haze filled the hallway,searing Mufarrij's lungs..."
From the context.it should have been Davari's.
It was with a feeling of despair that I picked up the SECOND sequel in the form of The Temple Mount Code. I had very low expectations and it failed to meet them.
You can read Brokaw's series... but only for comic value.
Any and every writer has the freedom to write whatever they want and they should all have the opportunity to be published. That does not mean they should be published.
Not this time however. I started reading this on the plane and couldnt put it down until it was finished.
Not too indepth or heavy to get into and there are times when you want more of an explanation for historical references etc.
But all in all a dam good enjoyable read. That much so that I will buy the Atlantis & Lucifer Code books
However, I do wish the author would buy himself a thesaurus, the use of English is extremely unimaginative to say the very least, and I lost count of the number of times that I had to read that awful word 'gotten', sometimes appearing up to three times on a single page.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
A damn good read with plenty of variations for each scenario.Published 11 months ago by dragonslayer.
I missed the first two books. Do my next job is to order them both. Great author, rear chill out book.Published 16 months ago by Conway massam