Dan Brown Sets Target on Free Masons in New Novel
By Eugene McCormick
Dan Brown drew plenty of scorn with his books Angels & Demons and The Da Vinci Code from the Catholic Church. The Vatican will not have to worry about his next offering which will take a look at the practice of Freemasonry. Brown spent the last five years researching the Masons and looks to have another massive hit on his hands with 5 Million copies already being printed for the first run that will be released on September 5th.
DanBrown.com explains the book entitled The Lost Symbol this way:
"(it is) set deep within the oldest fraternity in history … the enigmatic brotherhood of the Masons" and will explore "the hidden history of our nation's capital."Tags: BooksEntertainmentNews.
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