Friday, January 13, 2012

Free Reading-- "The Heretic" by Joseph Nassise

This weekend Amazon is running a Friday-the-13th special on "The Heretic" by Joseph Nassise and you can download a copy for free on Friday and Saturday.

At the end of the First Crusade, the church created a monastic military order known as the Knights Templar. Now, rising up from the ashes of history, they are the Vatican's last defense in the war between good and evil...

Cade Williams is no ordinary man. His ability to cross over to the other side makes him uniquely qualified to command the Church's special operations division. As a modern-day Knight, Cade can use the curse that has scarred his soul as a weapon against the forces of darkness. But a new kind of unholy war is brewing -- and soon Cade may be the last man standing...between the living and the dead.

The desecration of Templar cemeteries has sparked a full-scale investigation. Cade and his team suspect that a cabal of necromancers is behind it all. Their purpose: to claim the legendary powers of a lost holy relic for their own ungodly campaign. For Cade, there's only one way to stop them -- by tracking the dead himself...crossing the most sacred of battle lines...and facing his own terrifying demons.

Follow this link to download your copy on your laptop or Kindle device-- the Kindle app for the iPad and iPhone works really well too.


Michael Offutt, Visitor from the Future said...

I think anything having to do with the "Knights Templar" is a cliche topic. It's been done, overdone, and then beaten to death.

SQT said...

It's funny you say that because I haven't read much of it myself.

Jamie (Mithril Wisdom) said...

"Free" and "book". Are there any greater words in the English language? (apart from, arguably, "Sandwich").

Shall check this out, thanks!

SQT said...

Jamie-- I'd add "bacon" to that list but "free book" is at the top.