The Knights Templar From Catholic Crusaders to Conspiring Criminals by Michael Kerrigan

 This is a fairly academic book about the origins of the fabled Knights Templar with large black and white pictures and special 'boxed' sections about the Arthurian legends, saints and castles. It is reasonably heavy-going if you're wanting to read an introduction to the history, and it has a lot of well-researched information. I enjoyed reading about the 'Leper King', however, and other famous characters from the times of the Crusades.

Unfortunately, I had a lot of trouble with my Adobe app, and I couldn't download it to OneClick because there seems to be something wrong with NetGalley on my iPad. Trying to read it on the phone would be hopeless.

I received this free ebook from NetGalley in return for an honest review.


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