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READ & DOWNLOAD Thief on the Cross 108 Ò Why would a collector of ancient American artifacts hand over his prized pieces to a historian and then shoot himself in the head And why does an ancient Templar scroll in his possession refer to Jesus Christ as “The Thief on the Cross” The answer places historian Cameron Thorne at the dangerous intersectionCameron and his fiancée Amanda Spencer race to uncover the true secrets of early Christianity before a splinter group of Mormon zealots silences them forever Just as they did in Cabal of the Westford Knight Cameron and Amanda in this stand alone novel in the Templars in America series discover examine and interpret ancient artifacts and legends scattered throughout North America that reveal a history of European exploration long before Columbus But how do th. Lots to Think About But an Excellent ReadThis book has an immense amount of historical information all of which is knitted together wonderfully within the story All too often writers trying to utilize historical data within their stories get bogged down with characters who spend horribly long stretches of chapters explaining and explaining and explai well you get my drift Brody doesn't do that The action is intense The characters are real and use dialogue that is totally believable Overall a good storyWeird observation why does Brody use Mr and Miss with the names of characters And his use of those honorifics is so random Also he bounces back and forth between using their first and last names and in the case of Cameron he flips from Cameron to Cam Picky I suppose but whenever I came across a Mr or Miss my reading cadence stumbled Guess I'm just weird that way 😵

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E Burrows Cave stone carvings the Bat Creek Stone the Prince Madoc legend the Book of Mormon and the Mandan tribe of “White Indians” relate to the medieval Templars Only when they learn about the head of Baphomet and examine Leonardo da Vinci’s Mona Lisa and Virgin on the Rocks do the pieces finally begin to fit together What they learn shocks them And may get them killed WARNING Not recommended for readers with strong Christian or other religious belief. I’ve read and done a bit of research on the theory that Christopher Columbus was not the first European to set foot in what we call the USA so this was not new to me I really liked the presentation photographs and documentation of the various sites and artifacts used in the story; so kudos to the author for that However I felt that his characters were one dimensional rather flat and predictable There were flashes of interesting writing but not enough to make me want to read another of his books Too bad because the premise is fascinating

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Thief on the CrossWhy would a collector of ancient American artifacts hand over his prized pieces to a historian and then shoot himself in the head And why does an ancient Templar scroll in his possession refer to Jesus Christ as “The Thief on the Cross” The answer places historian Cameron Thorne at the dangerous intersection of secret American history and modern geopolitical intrigue Following clues contained in ancient American artifacts and medieval European masterpieces. This book never stops addressing uestions possible history facts and action So well researched I was sent to my laptop checking the sites and the discoveries and they were real I have been fascinated by the Templar Knights and the story expands many of the uestions and research I have done I understand that someone deep in religious dogma may take offense but as a celebrant of history this book was a brilliant adventure I recommend it to all who wonder and uestion