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The Templars’ Last Secret

The Templars' Last Secret by Martin Walker
Jun 13, 2017 | 336 Pages
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“Enchanting.” —The New York Times Book Review

“Of all the police inspectors in all the precincts around the world, Bruno, chief of police of tiny St. Denis, France, is the one I would most like to hang out with… It’s not often that a village police chief must match wits with Israel’s Mossad as well as splinter groups of radical Islamic terrorists. Still, Bruno takes it in stride—as he does everything, with a mixture of bumbling and panache, scarcely missing a beat.” —BookPage

“Delightful and delicious… Fast-moving, totally engaging… The joy of Mr. Walker’s Bruno series is the way the reader becomes immersed into this little-known corner of the world, where Western Civilization, and all the arts and amenities that we consider essential to the human race, began.” —Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

“The Templars’ Last Secret is a highly enjoyable, complicated journey of suspense. It’s enhanced by the rich pleasures of gourmet food and elegant wine that Bruno always serves up with unbridled joy. Another winner from Monsieur Walker.” —Open Letters Monthly

“My admiration for Martin Walker’s novels featuring the unflappable Bruno, Chief of Police, grows with each new book in the series. Whether Bruno is solving a crime, creating a soufflé, charming a newcomer to St. Denis, or yearning for a past love, Walker brings it all together, educating us about the region, food, wine, and moving carefully toward a satisfying conclusion. I’m ready for the next one!” —Diane Rehm

“Just the thing for readers hungry for a banquet of epicurean pleasures, ancient history, international terrorism, and holy matrimony.” —Kirkus

“Deftly plotted… Series fans will happily note Walker’s customary appreciation for local wines, food, and culture.” —Publishers Weekly

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