Sunday, November 8, 2009

The Templar Magician - a perfect Autumnal read

I am truly looking forward to the publication of “The Templar Magician” this month. I think the time of the year and the season suits its very dramatic plot about the blackest of witchcraft and the most sinister of murders.

There is something about an English Autumn which recalls the seasons of ghosts and dramatically defines the way life, like the seasons, change. I still dream of that novel, still fascinated by those grisly remains found in that secret Templar holding deep in the heart of England.

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7 Comments:

At November 16, 2009 at 9:40 AM , Blogger osiris said...

This is a thoroughly exciting book!

Once again, you have captivated this reader with the minds, sounds and smells of those historic times so long ago, while wrapping them into a compelling story of suspense and intrigue.

 
At November 17, 2009 at 11:58 AM , Blogger mylife said...

Thank you for Hugh Corbert, l await next June with great anticipation. Just finished The Cup of Ghost's (fab) and the Rose Demon was haunting me for month's after l finished the book as was the Haunting. My favorite character was John Cranston in The Sorrowfull Mysteries books.
Many thank's for the gripping suspence your book's deliver.
Ruth.

 
At March 5, 2010 at 8:05 PM , Blogger Evil Edna said...

I really enjoyed the Magician, espeacially the parts set in Bury St Edmunds. As a long term inmate of Bury St Edmunds it was a joy to see it brought to life. the parts where the native accent had to be translated reminded me of how I sometimes have to translate what the good ole bouys are saying in the 21st century.

EE

 
At March 10, 2010 at 11:57 PM , Blogger Unknown said...

Having read and collected more than 80 of your books I hope to see more of the Canterbury tales and Kathryn Swinbrooke series. It's been way to long. Looking forward to Amerotke or anything Egyptian. You've never disappointed me in any of your writings. I just wish you weren't so hard to find here in the U.S OF A.

 
At January 29, 2011 at 6:23 PM , Blogger Velda said...

As two absolute French fans of your work, we have just posted a long message about your novels on our blog about crime novels and writers http://leblogdupolar.canalblog.com
We just can't wait reading for your new Corbett novel, The Templar magician. Thank you for the pleasure and culture you bring us.

 
At February 20, 2011 at 6:07 AM , Blogger Goddess of the Sun said...

I read 2 of your books, your books are wonderfully written. One can imagine themselves in Rome,feeling everything Claudia experiences. I find myself getting lost in your books, with my cups of tea and coffee.
Everything is fresh and exciting.

I am going out to buy myself more of all your book. Thank You

Kausie

 
At March 26, 2011 at 5:39 PM , Blogger crafting irene said...

wonderful books i enjoy them so much but wonder if they will be published for the kindle ereader which is a godsend for us older people having eyesight problems as we can adjust the print size so that we can still enjoy our favourite authors

 

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