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A classic and highly controversial exposé of the secret world of the Freemasons reissued with an introduction by Martin Short, author of ‘Inside the Brotherhood’.
The Freemasons have long fascinated outsiders. The subject of Dan Brown’s new novel – set for release in 2007 – this secret and exclusive society, thought to be the largest in Britain today, remains a mystery to the many excluded from its ranks. One would never know if a father or brother was a member due to the mandatory vow of secrecy.
In this classic, controversial exposé, Stephen Knight talks to the men on the inside – those who have broken their vow of secrecy to reveal the darker side of the ‘brotherhood’. Do they influence the law? Is the KGB involved? And is there is a secret group of Masons running the country today, perhaps influencing every move we make?
Now with an introduction by Martin Short, acclaimed author of ‘Inside the Brotherhood’, this is the unmissable, true story of an ancient, and mysterious brotherhood operating in our midst.
‘Valuable testimony…impressively researched…He most certainly has not been wasting his time.’ Observer
‘Top on the list of prohibited subjects is Freemasonry…A barrier of secrecy surounds it. It has been breached in several places by Stephen Knight…Some of my best friends are Freemasons. I wish they would read this book…a revelation.’ Guardian
About the author
Stephen Knight was a journalist and the author of ‘Jack the Ripper: The Final Solution’ and ‘The Killing of Justice Godfrey’. He also wrote a novel, ‘Requiem at Rogano’. He died in 1985.
Martin Short is a writer/TV documentary producer whose two outstanding successes to date have been his 13-part Thames-TV series ‘Crime Inc’. about the Mafia, which spawned a Methuen book of the same name which is still in print 10 years on, and his book on the Freemasons – ‘Inside the Brotherhood’. He later produced a 6-part ITV documentary series based on this work.