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The Secret Templar Alliance

by Richard Trevae

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While visiting Switzerland to attend a college friend's wedding, Dalton Crusoe is drawn into the dark world of corrupt Swiss bankers whose history involves ties to The Knights Templar, and financially enabling the rise of Nazi Germany. When his friend is killed after discovering the lead to an ancient Alpine Templar repository, Dalton picks up the investigation and quickly begins to uncover more than he bargained for. As he discovers layers of corruption running deep within The Secret Templar Alliance, he realizes there is no turning back, and that he may never be safe again.

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