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The Oath (Medieval West Country Series #29)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 17, 2010

    "The Oath" is True!

    I confess that I waffled and obtained the early release of the hardcover from the U.K. and just finished it. It is the most recent of the Michael Jecks Knights Templar series, and perhaps the best. The extra cost, for me, was worth the read! I accidentally read one of the earlier books in the series a few years ago. It was so good that I hunted down the first in the series and now have the complete series to date. I believe that I am discerning in selecting authors to read in this genre, historical murder mystery, and hold Michael Jecks and Bernard Knight in high regard. Jecks is meticulous in his historical research and uses first hand resources. He then weaves great tales of murder mystery within the historical context of early 14th century England. "The Oath" takes place in 1326, an important year in the reign of Edward II. I should note that "The Oath" is under his new publisher, Simon & Schuster U.K. with the previous titles having been done by Headline and still available. I would check out Michael Jecks website. Just search by his name and you will find it. He is also on FB and Twitter. I had to get away from academic reading for a while a few years ago, but found enjoyment in my love of history and good story telling with Jecks. I wish him many more years of writing.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 16, 2012

    Highly recommended - a must read for Jecks fans.

    Jecks continues to maintain the high standard of entertaining historical fiction, his readers expect. I am eagerly awaiting his next book.

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