John Paul Davis

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John Paul Davis is the International Bestselling author of nine thriller novels and three historical biographies, including The Templar Agenda and The Cortés Trilogy. His websites are www.johnpauldavisauthor.com and www.theunknowntemplar.com.

His first novel, The Templar Agenda, an historical thriller, has been ranked in the UK Top 20, including Top 3 in thrillers and number 1 in Historical Thrillers and Religious Fiction. It has also appeared in the top 10 in Historical Thrillers on Amazon US. His second thriller, The Larmenius Inheritance, was released in January 2013 and has also appeared at the top of the Historical Thriller and Religious Fiction charts, as well as Top 50 in thrillers and Top 350 overall.

His third thriller, The Plantagenet Vendetta, has also been a bestseller, including being ranked #161 in the UK chart and Top 30 thrillers.
His latest release, The Cortés Trilogy, which includes The Cortés Enigma, The Cortés Revenge and The Cortés Revelation, has also been an international bestseller, rising to the top 40 in the UK and top 20 in the US!

His debut work, Robin Hood: The Unknown Templar, has been the subject of international attention, including articles in The Sunday Telegraph, The Daily Mail, Yorkshire Post and Nottingham Evening Post, mentions in USA Today and The Independent and reviews in the Birmingham Post and Medieval History Journal. His second work, Pity for the Guy, is the first full length biography of Guy Fawkes and was featured on "The Alan Titchmarsh Show" in November 2011. 

His most recent work of non-fiction, The Gothic King - a biography of Henry III, was released in the UK on 9 April 2013.

He is currently working on further thrillers, due to be released in late 2017.

He was educated at Loughborough University and lives in Warwickshire.

 

His debut work, Robin Hood: The Unknown Templar, has been the subject of international attention, including articles in The Sunday Telegraph, The Daily Mail, Yorkshire Post and Nottingham Evening Post, mentions in USA Today and The Independent and reviews in the Birmingham Post and Medieval History Journal. His second work, Pity for the Guy, is the first full length biography of Guy Fawkes and was featured on "The Alan Titchmarsh Show" in November 2011. 

 

Please contact via jpd@theunknowntemplar.com

 

Make personal appearances, Give talks and readings to adults, Write reviews, Novelist, Give seminars/workshops, Write for magazines/newspapers, Undertake research projects
Biographies, Fiction, History - General, Medieval History, Non-Fiction

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