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The Assassin's Curse (3) (The Blackthorn Key) (edition 2017)

by Kevin Sands (Author)

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When Christopher Rowe's code-breaking uncovers the true target of an assassination attempt, he and his friends are odered to Paris to investigate a centuries-old curse on the French throne.
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Title:The Assassin's Curse (3) (The Blackthorn Key)
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Info:Aladdin (2017), 544 pages
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After an attempt on the life of King Charles is thwarted by Christopher Rowe, the King sends Christopher, Tom, and Sally to Paris and the court of the Sun King, Louis XIV to protect King Charles beloved sister, Minette. Besides court intrigue and politics, Christopher meets an aging ally of his deceased master, Benedict Blackthorne, who provides key assistance in a centuries-old quest for the treasure of the Knights Templar. The three friends continue to delight, especially in their various roles in French high society, making this a great book of adventure and treasure hunting for audiences too young for Dan Brown. I look forward to book #4. ( )
  skipstern | Jul 11, 2021 |
Much more Interesting and based on historical information. Loved it ( )
  MrNattania72 | Mar 17, 2020 |
So much fun, wish I had started with book 1 - dang it! But it was like reading a Middle Grade/YA version of the Da Vinci code set in the court of Louis the 14th (the Sun king). I loved all the puzzles and the characters! I'm going back to read the first ones! ( )
  lollyletsgo | Jun 14, 2018 |
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