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Publisher's Summary

One of the greatest mysteries of all time is about to be revealed....

When John Henry “Doc” Holiday joined the SEALs, he swore, “If knocked down, I’ll get back up, every time.” So he wasn’t ready to go quietly and just fade away when a bullet abruptly ended his military career. And you can bet that when he gets knocked down while searching for the lost treasure of the Knights Templar, all hell breaks loose as he gets back up!

The Lost Treasure of the Knights Templar leads the listener on a roller-coaster ride in search of a legend. Packed with breathtaking suspense and nerve-shredding action, The Lost Treasure of the Knights Templar is a thrilling listen for all fans of action, suspense, and intrigue.

Join a cast of characters that will keep you entertained long into the night.... Adventure awaits just one click away. Start listening now!

©2020 Preston W. Child (P)2020 Kemah Bay Marketing

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  • jw
  • 08-20-20

This is not a Preston AND Child book

Thought I was buying a Pendergast book... not the case. This book is laughably unrealistic, and the simplistic characters and their corny dialog made it difficult to finish. I don’t write reviews, but felt compelled to let others know that if they think they’re buying a “Preston and Child” to beware.

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great story terrible reader

the story was intriguing and continue to keep you involved. the Rita though was one of the worst I ever Enchanted. I cannot recommend this book because as such the poor performance by the reader

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This was awful.

The narrator was terrible, using the inflections in his voice to accent the wrong syllables in words. The conversations between the "tough men" characters ended up sounding like whining, bantering children rather than tough Navy Seals.The story jumped from one unbelievable event to another, and at times, did not make sense. One example: The main character left his trident in the cave, and yet used it in a later chapter, only to not have it again. The life-changing surgical procedure (on the main character) was only briefly touched upon, and the main character was cured! This book was not a good read and it sounded like an eighth-grader, with a mind full of fantastic escapades wrote it.

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the worse I have listened to of Preston Childs

this book must be for young teenagers
the narration was horribly sweet, childish and annoying

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Very childish

This book is geared towards seventh graders.
Not worth the time
Don’t look for a sequel.

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Good book

Great storyline. hit mystery, romance, and action. didn't have to use over the top graphic descriptions to keep my interest.

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Lightweight story & very lightweight performance. Give this one, from a great writer, a pass.

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terrible

I've never done a review before but had to make an exception for this one. one of the worst books I've ever listened to, the storyline is terrible and the narrator isn't any better.

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A well-written & enjoyable adventure

The Lost Treasure of the Knights Templar (The Last Templars Book 1), my first read from author Preston W. Child, an author I'd wanted to read for some time but never got around to him (so many books, so little time). Well-written and captivating with well-developed main characters reminding one of Christopher Cartwright's & Dan Brown’s writing. Narrator Daniel Gurzynski's narration adds to the book's enjoyment. I was given an Audible copy and am voluntarily reviewing it. I’ll be reading more by this author. (RIP Marley January 20, 2014 - July 24, 2018).

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Good action

His books are of history, adventures and treasures. Non stop action with good characters. Given audio for my voluntary review and my voluntary

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  • Roddy
  • 05-17-20

Complete Escapism

This was an exciting adventure and moved at a fast pace. I enjoyed the characters within the book and was a book full of escapism.

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  • Rayc
  • 11-20-20

An easy read

Another archeological thriller. This one is an easy read entertaining and light.
Decent concept, though dialog is a little stilted.