Templar Odyssey

The Templars flee the wrath of Philip IV of France, spiriting away their legendary treasure, but can their secret remain hidden with an unlikely alliance in North America? It all falls to Thomas Jefferson and his successors to keep the contents of the infamous white envelope out of the public domain, but a wayward Monticello tourist's errant discovery sparks world-wide hysteria. ISBN 9780986949210 More

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About Jeff E. Gregory

At 48, my first novel, Reversal of Redemption, based on an actual event, was published here at Smashwords. I have enjoyed a 24+ year career with the Canadian government and I am looking forward to my final 10+ years in government. I am married, with one daughter, and I have discovered writing is just as enjoyable as reading.

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Review by: Robert Henderson on April 03, 2012 : (no rating)
Having just read this book I cannot make up my mind if it is a serious Lost Treasure Thriller or a comic parody of the genre and it would appear that the author cannot make up his mind about it either. Allowing for author's licence with history he has his Native Americans riding horses in 1304 when they weren't introduced to America before the Spanish arrived in 1492. He then portrays Lewis and Clark as bumblers who can't find their way out of a building and as openly gay lovers. Ok so there is some debate as to Lewis's sexuality but none whatsoever as to him having any kind of sexual affair with Clark. When I got to the anticlimactic ending, my feeling was one of relief that there was no more to come.
All in all I couldn't recommend this book to anyone.
(reviewed 28 days after purchase)

Review by: Gerry Einarsson on March 24, 2012 : (no rating)
This book surprised me with it's dynamic action, the comprehensive tie in with historical events and frankly captivating plot. It was a page turner, keeping me up till 3 am to finish it, since I couldn't put it down.

I hope to see more from this author.

(reviewed 22 days after purchase)

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