The Templar, the Queen and Her Lover

The Templar, the Queen and Her Lover

The twenty-fourth novel in Michael Jecks?s medieval Knights Templar series. Queen Isabella, wife to Edward II of England, has been dispatched to France in an attempt to bring about peace between the two countries, and Sir Baldwin de Furnshill must accompany her with his friend Simon Puttock. But the day after their arrival, a servant is found murdered, with Baldwin?s dagger lying next to the body. As Baldwin struggles to prove his innocence, the killer strikes again. With so many English enemies gathering in Paris, will he be able to expose the culprit in time to protect the diplomats and their mission?

Title:The Templar, the Queen and Her Lover
Edition Language:English
ISBN:9780755332823
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  • Connie

    Fabulous historical fiction, Michael Jecks knows his stuff. I love the adventures Sir Baldwin and Simon the bailiff and it was good to catch up with them again....

  • Michael Jecks

    This is a story based on the tragic tale of the "Tour de Nesle". In the early 1300s, the French were rocked by the scandal of the behaviour of three princesses. They were discovered (largely because Q...

  • Helle

    Let’s start with the plusses: Fast paced, plenty of interesting characters and lots of things happening. The historical setting is fantastic, the tension between England and France palpable. Plenty ...

  • marian dunne

    I usually enjoy the books in this series of Knights Templar but, for the first time ever, I got two thirds of the way through and decided to jump to the end just to get the gist of what -finally- happ...

  • Inge Van Delft

    I don't know what it was with this novel but it just did not grip me at all. Usually I really like historical novels, especially in this time setting, but the story was quite boring, with many charact...

  • Valeska Kiloh

    As always a delight to lose myself in the historical life and times of the main characters....

  • J Pryor

    Great ReadAlthough I have always enjoyed all the books in this series this is the first that tie's all the different aspects of the story into a spiders Web or maybe a noose...

  • Trista Lanette

    Love the Templar series! I enjoyed reading this book just as I enjoyed reading the first one in the series....

  • Dianne

    I found this an absorbing read and have considerable sympathy for the band of medieval musicians and a number of modern readers who could not figure out what was going on and who was whom. It is 1325 ...

  • Robin

    Eh...that's about all I can say about this book. It wasn't bad but it wasn't really good either. The title intrigued me but I was almost immediately disappointed in what I was reading.It is set during...