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Posted on July 25, by Tony McMahon. Five books that transport you back to the world of the Knights Templar — capturing the sense of time and place, bringing to life the mysteries and secrets. Which novels should you be taking on your summer holidays? The Knight Templar — Jan Gillou. This was one of a trilogy of books that introduced us to a troubled Swedish templar knight called Arn Magnusson. Gillou was more famous in the s for writing novels and journalistic exposes about the intelligence community, even being accused of being involved in espionage himself. A Moorland Hanging — Michael Jecks.
So, my favorite thing to read is probably medieval historical fiction. Well, maybe it is Star Trek. But the next best thing to me is to read lots and lots of medieval historical fiction. The Middle Ages are awesome. But first, a question: When you think about the Middle Ages, what do you picture? Knights in shining armor? Castles and kings and queens and serfs?
Knights Templar is a book by Stephen Howarth examining the history of the Knights Templar, from the founding and philosophies of the holy order to their roles in the Crusades and to their disappearance. Thanks for voting! Please tell us why you like it! Please tell us why you don't like it! Thank you for sharing your experience! Your comment will be reviewed and published shortly.