The old man did not respond at first, but then, all at once, his whole body stiffened. His eyes opened, but what they saw was not Adam or the room beyond.
“The treasure of the Temple!” he rasped hoarsely. “The Seal guards the secret. Adam, it has to be recovered, do you hear me? The Seal has to be recovered!
The Adept . . .
Knight . . . Warrior . . . Doctor . . . Detective . . .
Master of the Hunt!
He is eternal, but so are his foes.
Through countless lives and eras, The Adept has fought the powers of Darkness. Now, as psychiatrist Sir Adam Sinclair, he leads his loyal Hunstmen against supernatural evil in all all its myriad forms.
Now an urgent summons sets the Adept on a life-or death search for the Seal of Solomon, an ancient bronze artifact that can bind–or unleash–the demons of old. Guarded for centuries by the legendary Knights Templar, the Seal has been stolen by a ruthless sorcerer who intends to use it to find the fabled treasure of the Templar Order.
If humanity is to survive, Sinclair must complete the quest to obtain the three Hallows and to prevent his enemy from unleashing an ancient terror into the modern world.
|Publisher:||Event Horizon EBooks/Britton & Knowles Publishing|
|Series:||Adept Series , #3|
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|File size:||5 MB|
About the Author
She is known to be friends with Anne McCaffrey and frequently converses with her fans online.
She was a member of the Swordsmen and Sorcerers' Guild of America (SAGA), a loose-knit group of Heroic Fantasy authors founded in the 1960s, some of whose works were anthologized in Lin Carter's Flashing Swords! anthologies. She also was an early member of the Society for Creative Anachronism; in her persona of Bevan Fraser of Stirling she achieved the rank of Countess, ruling the Kingdom of the West as Queen Consort for one reign in the 1970s.
Deborah Turner Harris is an American fantasy author best known for her Mists of Caledon Series. She lives in Scotland.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Great reading. I so enjoyed all of this series; usually I find that one book in a series will be very good while so often the rest simple don't hold true. For me, each of the books kept my interest. Review by, Pamisue
I love K Kurtz's books.
The series culminates in a tale that hypothizies the fall of the Templer Order, as well as the reason for the fabled powers of King Solomon. Enjoyable reading