The thrilling new historical adventure from New York Times bestselling author Boyd Morrison and expert medievalist Beth Morrison. Fox and Willa find themselves on a dangerous quest for the treasure of the Templar Knights.
A Perilous Quest. A Deadly Legacy.
Italy, 1351. English companions, knight Gerard Fox and the resourceful Willa, have come through a death-defying journey across war-torn Europe. Now looking towards a future together, they must first find a way to reconcile with their difficult pasts.
In a small village between Florence and Siena, Fox and Willa are caught up in a deadly ambush. After rescuing Luciana, the target of the attack, they take refuge in her opulent villa and learn her heartbreaking story – a tale of loss, deception, and a burning desire for freedom.
Soon, Fox and Willa are involved in a perilous quest to save Luciana's family legacy. To do so, they will have to solve a mystery that points the way to the fabled lost treasure of the Knights Templar.
'Complete with mysteries, secrets, and adventure, rich in detail, delivering exactly what a reader craves. This writing duo knows all the right chords to touch.' Steve Berry, #1 New York Times bestselling author
'A mesmerizing sequel to the hugely entertaining The Lawless Land.... There is action galore. What a ride!' Elizabeth George, #1 New York Times bestselling author
'Any lover of historical mysteries or great tales of adventure will find much delight in this novel!' James Rollins, #1 New York Times bestselling author
'A triumphant follow-up to The Lawless Land, with a puzzle that will dazzle fans of The Da Vinci Code. There's so much breathtaking excitement that the book should come with an oxygen tank.' Lee Goldberg, #1 New York Times bestselling author
Reviews for the TALES OF THE LAWLESS LAND series:
'The Morrisons bring the Middle Ages to life in vivid detail.' Graham Brown
'A novel full of both authenticity and thrills.' Mark Greaney
'Historical fiction fans will eagerly await the couple's further adventures.' Publishers Weekly
'Combines the rich historical tapestry of Umberto Eco and the relentless pace and adventure of Clive Cussler.' J.T. Ellison