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Saturday, April 3, 2010

Recommended - Crown of Serpents

I do not normally read anything that can be described as Masonic fiction and am one of the two Masons in the world that have not read Dan Brown's books. Michael Karpovage’s Crown of Serpents was sent to me, however, for a possible book review and I really enjoyed it. The book review that resulted has been submitted for consideration for publication by a well-known Masonic research society.

In the meantime, I recommend this book. See: http://www.crownofserpents.com/ for more information.

4 comments:

Dean said...
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Dean said...

Who is the other Mason that has not read Dan Brown's book?

The Palmetto Bug said...

I don't know. I just know that - based on the Internet chatter - that there can not be but a couple of us.

Dean said...

Yup just a couple of us I guess..... I'm still holding out for the illustrated version! The ones for his other books have been awesome. So I'm right there with you. I've not read it yet. But I guess I kinda cheated and read parts and did research on it and a few other things. So I may as well have read the story line that goes with the rest.