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Dan Brown's Inferno

Dan Brown's Inferno and companion book Templars

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Dan Brown's Inferno and companion book Templars

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Dan Brown (upper) and Sanford Holst (lower) 

with their compatible Inferno books

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Dan Brown (upper) and Sanford Holst (lower) 

with their compatible Inferno books

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Templars by Sanford Holst is the

companion book to Dan Brown's Inferno

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Templars by Sanford Holst is the

companion book to Dan Brown's Inferno

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When many Templars were burned to death after 1307, it inspired Dante to write his Inferno. That inspired Dan Brown to write his Inferno. But the story of the surviving Templars is in many ways as fascinating as those two works of fiction.

Templars

Intriguing new sources light up this stirring story of the Knights Templar. By following the lives of individual knights we get to experience their rise, fall and survival. Those who avoided being burned at the stake were forced to live in secret outside the law. In time they had their revenge on kings and the Vatican for their fallen brothers.

See Templars book review


Book Review of Dan Brown's Inferno

These intriguing details of Dan Brown's Inferno book will whet your appetite for more. See the Inferno book review


Secret Passage-ways in Florence

Built by the notoriously secretive Medici family, this passageway actually exists, and Robert Langdon finds danger there at every turn. See Inferno passageways


Facebook Page

The Knights Templar page on Facebook stays up to date on what is happening in that world and this one. Check it out on the Facebook page.

Templars


Companion book for Dan Brown's Inferno

Sworn in Secret Book