Murder Inquest - Introducing the Galactic Knights

Murder Inquest - Introducing the Galactic Knights

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Jack Molay is a direct descendant of Jacques de Molay, the last known Grandmaster of the Knights Templar. In 2144, Molay launches Quest, a live weekly-broadcast game show that chronicles a planet-to-planet tournament between six super-humans, known as The Galactic Knights. Rumours that Molay is the custodian of the Knights Templar intensify when it is revealed that the propulsion system for Excalibur, Molay's starship, is actually the lost Ark of the Covenant. The maligned tycoon falls under investigation and is accused of having a secret agenda: to create a new super breed of Templars. Quest becomes the top-ranked TV show of all time and The Galactic Knights skyrocket to fame. This pinnacle of acclaim is suddenly marred, however, when one of the knights takes a fatal fall. Circumstances surrounding the loss of the knight are suspect and soon it becomes apparent that the fall was no accident. The Intergalactic Bureau of Investigation is brought in when attempts are made on the lives of the remaining knights. With the realisation that the mastermind behind the killings has to be either one of the knights or Jack Molay himself, the investigation manifests into a classic who-done-it. Murder inQuest is the first in the series of books featuring Jack Molay and his Galactic Knights. Could there be clues hidden within the futuristic narrative that will eventually reveal Molay's real quest? Will the Knights Templar rise once more?show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 338 pages
  • 152 x 229 x 19mm | 494g
  • Publicious Pty Ltd
  • Gold Coast, QLD, Australia
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 0987222198
  • 9780987222190

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