The Larmenius Inheritance

The Larmenius Inheritance Knight of Christ Miguel Corte Real sets out from Portugal on a secret voyage across the Atlantic Hidden amongst his cargo is a legendary treasure its very existence known only to those deemed w

  • Title: The Larmenius Inheritance
  • Author: John Paul Davis
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 165
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • 1502 Knight of Christ, Miguel Corte Real, sets out from Portugal on a secret voyage across the Atlantic Hidden amongst his cargo is a legendary treasure its very existence known only to those deemed worthy.500 years later, esteemed history professor William Anson is found murdered in La Rochelle Around his neck, an ancient medallion, one that has not been seen since 11502 Knight of Christ, Miguel Corte Real, sets out from Portugal on a secret voyage across the Atlantic Hidden amongst his cargo is a legendary treasure its very existence known only to those deemed worthy.500 years later, esteemed history professor William Anson is found murdered in La Rochelle Around his neck, an ancient medallion, one that has not been seen since 1307 He is the grandmaster of the Knights of Arcadia a society of men deemed worthy His killers, a ruthless brotherhood, whose existence is equally legendary And they will not rest until they have reclaimed what was once theirs.For Anson s son, navy outcast Matt Anson, his father s death is just the start of a series of events that turn his life upside down Meanwhile, in London, journalist Nicole Stocker is sent to look into a string of deaths, including the mysterious demise of Anson But as progress starts to be made, she is dragged off the case, attacked, and soon running for her life.As the futures of Anson and Stocker become intertwined, it becomes clear there is at stake than mere history An explosive secret remains buried, one that threatens to bring half the world to its knees And some want it exposed

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    1. The Larmenius Inheritance is the second book by John Paul Davis that I have read. Once again I enjoyed the book immensely and have awarded it 5 stars on and .The book is concerned with events that might have occurred following the dissolution of the Knights Templar movement. Three organisations play an active role in the plot: the Knights of Arcadia, The Order of the Ancient Star, and The Order of Christ. The first two are largely fictional; the Knights of Arcadia being formed to protect the Kn [...]

    2. This is the second book by John Paul Davis that i have read. I believe that that I have found a new favorite author. Like the Templar Agenda, the Larmenius Inheritance was a well researched, complex, and dynamic novel. The characters are well developed. The plot is engaging, suspenseful and complex. The twists and turn within the story keep the reader guessing. I am not inclined to write spoilers in my reviews. I will simply say that I recommend this book to anyone who like a strong dose of adve [...]

    3. Thanks againAs I finish another of your novels, all Up want to do is sit down and pick your brain for further insights into Templar lore. I listen to your works with my eyes closed and feel myself drift back through time. I become totally immersed into the plot. Who needs Calgon to "take me away"? I have Mr. David. Thank you for the wonderful trips.

    4. On the edge of my seat!Keeping in mind that this is a strictly fictional story, it does present some interesting subjects that could surely require further research in the end. The story itself kept me captivated. Lots of intrigue and adventure.

    5. The Larmenius InheritanceThe Larmenius Inheritance utilizes an interesting and engaging premise. The beginning of the story didn't hold my attention, but the premise kept me from putting it aside. The last part of the book was interesting and certainly kept me reading. Interesting theories make fodder for an interesting book. Too bad the first part got bogged down. Still, I feel it is worth reading overall.

    6. My ebook from developed a format problem about a third of the way in. I was unable to finish the book. help was less than worthless. They refused to check the book and wanted to fix a problem in my Kindle App that has never occurred in over 1000 other books.

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