Matter of Degrees, A - eBook

A Matter of Degrees

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CONSPIRACY THEORIES…THINK YOU’VE HEARD THEM ALL?
Think again…


When Jessie Mercer’s brother is murdered, she launches a no-holds-barred investigation but the clues dead-end at a secret society. Resorting to desperate measures she dresses in drag and infiltrates the all-male world of Freemasonry only to discover the answers lie in the 33rd Degree. Unknown to Jessie, in a previous life she failed to expose Freemasonry's royal secret. Can she reveal the truth about her brother's death and Freemasonry this time around?

A Matter of Degrees takes the story of world control by secret societies and the Catholic Church to a whole new level.

First published 2006 by The Haworth Press, Inc.
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Genre Fiction, Intrigue
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# Pages 338
Publisher Bella Books
ISBN 9781594934124e
Cover Designer Sandy Knowles

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  • By the author of Back to Salem.
  • Conspiracy thriller weaving together secret societies and ancient myths.
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Just About Write

August, 2006: A Matter of Degrees by Alex Marcoux crosses literary boundaries the same way that it crosses centuries, nations and time and space itself. ...Masterfully told tale, for the author has given us a heart-thumping ride through Jessie's world as she searches for her brother's killer and finds much more than she bargained for. This page-turner will fulfill the fondest wishes of those who like a nice thick, meaty mystery read.

Books to Watch Out For

Fans of Marcoux's other books will welcome the return of Jessie Mercer and her lover, Taylor Andrews, from Back to Salem and mentions of Sidney and Anastasia from Façades. In addition, the Freemasons, the Sumerians, the Catholic Church, the Trilateral Commission, and other secret societies are all players in this well-researched thriller.

Inside Out Hudson Valley

JoAnne Myers: In A Matter of Degrees, author Alex Marcoux—who has been called the "lesbian Dan Brown"— trumps The Da Vinci Code because she doesn't just take on the Vatican and the Sacred Feminine, but builds on the anti-Biblical and the seemingly interconnected world of fraternal organizations, including the oldest and largest: the Freemasons... Marcoux does a brilliant job of snagging even the most reluctant reader in the intrigue, in ancient myths and history, in the grand-conspiracy theory of world control that, even after nearly 300 pages, you hate to have her wrap up.

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