Templar Inferno, Dan Brown's Inferno book review
& Sanford Holst's
The actual story of Knights Templar survivors
It reads like a Dan Brown novel....
because it follows a trail of clues to uncover Templars who survived the attacks against them. They were hunted as they struggled to block powerful kings and the Vatican. These were literally matters of life and death. Fighting their way through unexpected twists, they reached a surprising outcome.
These are real people, real events and fascinating adventures.
When many Templars were burned to death after 1307, it inspired Dante to write his Inferno.
The surviving Templars were forced to live in secrecy outside the law. In time they had their revenge on kings and the Vatican for those fallen brothers.
The best-selling author of thrillers that include the Da Vinci Code, Angels and Demons, the Lost Symbol, and Inferno.
Author of Amazon's #1 book on the Phoenicians, and Sworn in Secret about the Knights Templar, he now adds Templar Inferno.
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to the content of Dan Brown's current thriller, Inferno. See the first look into his novel in Inferno book review.
OK, Dan Brown's Infero is a novel -- but he weaves it intricately into the real world. For example, the secret passageways of Florence, Italy really exist. You can actually see some of them at the secret passageways of Inferno.