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Summary

Born to fight. Sworn to protect. Destined to be betrayed.

Will Campbell is a Templar Knight, trained for war. But as a member of the secret brotherhood known as the Brethren, he is also a man of peace. After years of bloodshed, the Brethren have helped to create an uneasy truce between the Christian and Muslim forces in the Holy Land. But there are those on both sides for whom peace is not an option. And when an assassination attempt is made on the new Grand Master of the Temple, Campbell finds himself caught in a devastating web of deception and destruction as the Eastern world rushes headlong towards a catastrophic conflict.

©2007 Robyn Young (P)2008 ISIS Publishing Ltd

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it was a great story, I am sorry I have finished it! cant wait to start the next one in the trilogy

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accents were better in bretheren

was great but the narrator was better in the the first book of the trilogy