The Temple Mount Code

The Temple Mount Code

Book - 2011
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An old friend summons dashing linguistics professor Thomas Lourds to Jerusalem to examine an ancient text. But Iran's Supreme Leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, also wants the same document. Khamenei and many others believe that the book contains a secret that will allow its owner to rule all of Islam and wage a Global Jihad the likes of which has never been seen before.

Arriving in Jerusalem, Lourds discovers that his friend has been murdered and his apartment ransacked. With the help of Miriam Abata, a beautiful Iranian-American Jewish graduate student, he races against the clock to seek the dangerous document: Lourds seeks to save civilization while his enemies hope to destroy it.

Continuing the New York Times bestselling series that includes The Atlantis Code and The Lucifer Code , The Temple Mount Code will appeal to readers interested in history and treasure hunting in the Holy Land and is perfect for fans of Dan Brown, Brad Meltzer, James Rollins, and Steve Berry.

Publisher: New York : Forge, c2011.
ISBN: 9780765328717
Branch Call Number: FICTION BRO
Characteristics: 352 p. : maps ; 25 cm.

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Jul 18, 2013

The Temple Mount Code --- by Charles Brokaw. When you put the word “Code” in your title, your readership expects a lot. Yikes: Jeremy Brown. Brokaw pulls the promise off, though, when he spins a gripping yarn that drawas together a number of sure-fire ingredients: muslim extremists (of course); Mossadm (natch); archeology (can’t miss); ein ueber nazi (jawohl); and a bunch of Tibetan monks. Sounds like a latter day novel Christmas cake. He lwft out the Huk tribesmen and the NRA. But then you can’t have it all. Fun reading. Not meant to be morally enlightening. Just a good quickie. Every once and a while, quikies are good. Sort of like vanilla.

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Keogh
Jan 02, 2012

Entertaining and action filled novel about a secret and ancient document with dangerous implications for the modern world. This is the first of these books I've read. I did find myself wondering a couple of times if this series would have seen the light of day had it not been for the Da Vinci Code.

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shadynz
Sep 25, 2011

Charles Brokaw does it again! Thomas Lourds in action from the very first page!

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