The Lost Symbol in paperback, have you found yours?

hand of mysteries

At last, the paperback edition of Dan Brown’s The Lost Symbol hits store shelves on October 19th. The sleeper hit that sent us head long into the adventures of Professor Robert Langdon in, under,and above the greater Washington D.C. capitol to save his mentor and close friend 33rd degree Mason Peter Solomon from the clutches […]

Dan Brown’s Influence On World Peace


Along with my Short Talk Bulletin I recently rescued from my mailbox came with it MIC’s (Masonic Information Center – a part of MSANA)  FOCUS, a short communication on whatever is HOT right now in Freemasonry.  And what is hot right now, as we all know, is Dan Brown’s The Lost Symbol. MIC published a […]

Mark Koltko-Rivera on Masonic Central

The Apotheosis of Washington

This week on Masonic Central: With the release of The Lost Symbol, many have had the opportunity to read though the work and see the results of Dan Brown’s non-Masonic contribution to the mythology of the fraternity.  Like his past work, Without a doubt The Lost Symbol is a layered thriller that can be analyzed […]

The Lost Symbol – The Road Best Not Travelled


There is nothing I like better than a good murder mystery.  I cut my teeth on Sherlock Holmes, Lord Peter Wimsey, Perry Mason and Ellery Queen.  Nowadays I turn to such luminaries as John Grisham, Scott Turow, Richard North Patterson and William Bernhardt.  And that is what Dan Brown’s Lost Symbol is a good murder […]