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Raymond Khoury

Lebanon (b.1960)

Raymond Khoury was born in Beirut, Lebanon in 1960. His family moved to Rye, New York when fighting broke out in Lebanon in 1975. After graduating from Rye Country Day School, he returned to Lebanon to study architecture at the American University in Beirut. A few weeks after he graduated, civil war erupted and he was evacuated from Beirut. He ended up in London where he joined a small architecture practice. In an attempt to explore other career options, he earned his MBA at INSEAD in Fontainebleau, France, and joined an investment bank, which he stayed at for three years. Not satisfied with world of investment banking, he sought a more creative career, and hooked up with a banker who dabbled in the film business. Though unintended, he ended up with a career as an acclaimed screenwriter both in London and in Los Angeles.

Khoury lives in London, with his wife and two young daughters.

Genres: Thriller, Mystery
Sean Reilly and Tess Chaykin
   1. The Last Templar (2005)
   2. The Templar Salvation (2010)
   3. The Devil's Elixir (2011)
     aka Second Time Around
   4. Rasputin's Shadow (2013)
   5. The End Game (2016)
Last Templar
   1. The Encoder (2016) (with Miguel Lalor)
   2. The Knight in the Crypt (2016) (with Miguel Lalor)
   3. The Sunken Church (2017) (with Miguel Lalor)
   4. The Falcon Temple (2017) (with Miguel Lalor)
   5. The Devil's Handiwork (2018) (with Bruno Rocco)
   6. The One-Armed Knight (2018)
Raymond Khoury recommends
The Ninth Circle (2008)
Alex Bell
"Haunting, engrossing."
The Hidden Oasis (2008)
Paul Sussman
"The Hidden Oasis is a rip-roaring gem of a read... You are in for a real treat!"
Dark Horizons (2011)
Dan Smith
"Dangerous and compelling - A powerful thriller with a dark heart... Does for Brazil waht The Beach did for Thailand."
The Paradise Prophecy (2011)
Robert Gregory Browne
"Browne has not only conjured up an epic story, The Paradise Prophecy is thoroughly entertaining and imaginative."
Al Shabah (2017)
(Assassin , book 1)
A E Sawan
"A haunting, harrowing story of civil war...written by someone who lived it."
To Kill the Truth (2019)
(Maggie Costello, book 4)
Sam Bourne
"A barnstorming read."
The Nemesis Manifesto (2020)
(Evan Ryder, book 1)
Eric Van Lustbader
"There are thrillers, then there are world-class, expertly plotted, thought-provoking thrillers like The Nemesis Manifesto ... Consider me thoroughly blown away."

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