Book 3 of 3 - King's X: Shepherds
1296 A.D. - Broussard has found the answer to the mystery of the
King's X in the hidden monastery of the Templars. But if he
is to understand its true power, he must fight, alone, against the
Shepherd and his Army of Assassins.
Los Angeles: Detective Book has solved the riddle and now holds
the King's X in his hand. But the Shepherd now holds Molly in his.
The roles are reversed, and time is running out fast, as Book
becomes the hunter.
Praise for King's X
"This is a 'stand up and take notice' story from a truly gifted
writer. The most original adventure I've seen in years.
"The Matrix" crossed with "The Da Vinci Code." King's X is
dark beautiful, and very provocative. I've had the story stuck in
my head since the first time I read it." --Ken Miller, Film and TV
"King's X belongs to that rare breed of books whose seemingly
high-concept premise in fact shields a tightly crafted and deeply
affecting story. Harper expertly balances character and conspiracy
in a universe that will grab you from the very first chapter." --
"Stephen T. Harper is a master of words. I stayed awake
all night to finish, heart pounding, eyes bulging with every new
twist, and the ending almost killed me! I haven't been that
surprised by an ending since Dumbledore took a surprise dive from
Hogwarts." --The Paperback Pursuer
"Wow...just wow. Harper really understands language. ...
If you're looking for dessert, skip this. It's too satisfying
by far, completely engaging from beginning to end." -- NY Times and
USA TODAY Bestselling Author, Tamara Rose Blodgett
"This is a very well thought-out book with lots of suspense,
twists, and history. I give it 5 stars. If you love a good
suspense/thriller, you'll love this book!" -- Paranormal
"This book has grabbed me. ...really well written and I liked
the author's style. Big thumbs up!" -- Booked Up
"...starts out mid-action and doesn't seem to slow down even
when the author is describing delicate women in quiet moments with
the men they care for... Pick up King's X. You won't be sorry." --
Into The Morning Reads
"One of my ABSOLUTE FAVORITE reads this year! Maybe this
DECADE!" -- Amazon US Reader Review