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Jerusalem

Jerusalem( )
Author: Holland, Cecelia
ISBN:978-1-4976-1982-1
Publication Date:Apr 2014
Publisher:Open Road Integrated Media, Inc.
Book Format:Ebook
List Price:USD $17.99
Book Description:

With a young king facing death, a warrior of the Knights Templar struggles to maintain Christian control of the Holy Land in this "masterful . . . great read" (Publishers Weekly). Non nobis, Domine, non nobis, sed Nomine Tuo da gloriam. "Not to us, O Lord, but to Your Name give glory." This motto highlights the vows of chastity and humility taken by the Knights Templar. But, it also speaks to their role as ferocious warriors, passionately and...
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Pages:366
Detailed Subjects: Fiction / Historical / General
Author Biography
Holland, Cecelia (Author)
Born in Henderson, Nevada, Cecelia Holland was educated at Pennsylvania State University and Connecticut College, where she received her B.A. degree. She has served as a visiting professor of English at Connecticut College since 1979.

Holland's historical novels have received broad critical acclaim. According to one critic, she "proves that there can be more to historical thrillers than swordplay and seduction." (Time) Among her novels is City of God (1979), which is set in Rome during the period of the Borgia family. Told from the point of view of Nicolas, a secretary to the Florentine ambassador to Rome, this novel brings to life the period of the Renaissance, including the political intrigue that characterized Rome at the time. Other works include Until the Sun Falls (1969), a story of the ancient Mongols and their empire, The Firedrake (1966), her first published novel, Great Maria (1974), The Bear Flag (1990), and Pacific Street (1991).

Holland is very adept at capturing the period she writes about, including the clothing, furnishings, and customs of the time. One critic has noted that Holland "is never guilty of the fatuity which plagues most historical fiction: she never nudges the reader into agreeing that folks way back then were really just like you and me, only they bathed less often."

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