The Boston Globe Interviews Dick Curtis About Masons and Their Secrets
November 11, 2009
From the article:
"Curtis and other Freemasons say that the 'secrets' Brown depicts in the novel are inaccurate, but they also say that it properly underscores the importance that Freemasons place in morality, ethics, and striving to become a better person. After all the uncertainties, Curtis said, 'I’m very pleased that he used Freemasonry as a subject for the book.'"
You can read the complete article here.
Photo by Suzanne Kreiter/Globe Staff.