A new adventure of Peter Crossman, special agent of the Knights Templar — a man prepared to administer last rites with one hand while wielding a flamethrower with the other. Now an ancient manuscript of peculiar power has surfaced, and Crossman's assignment is simple: Get it for the Temple at all costs. This will lead to conflict with entities secular and otherwise — and to a new encounter with Sister Mary Magdalene of the Special Action Executive of the Poor Clares. From the husband-wife storytelling team Debra Doyle and James D. Macdonald comes this exciting new tale, The Devil in the Details.
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Would love to see more of these characters!
At some point in time I’d acquired this and was delighted to open it today. Not remembering it was a short story, I was so disappointed when the action ended! Great characters, great voice and pacing. I would definitely read more!
True to Form and Quality I've come to Expect
This short story was great! What I've come to expect of these authors. I like their style, pacing, action and content. They rarely disappoint. I watch for their work and pick it up.
I would enjoy more of the Peter Crossman / Temple novels. They have what I like; a rip-roaring adventure, great wry characters, and plenty of inside jokes (if you're religious). And they don't take themselves too seriously.
I give this a big thumbs up.