M. Evans & Company
Trim: 6 x 9
978-1-59077-148-8 • Paperback • September 2009 • $17.95 • (£13.99)
978-1-59077-149-5 • eBook • October 1990 • $16.99 • (£12.99)
John J. Robinson, now deceased, was a business executive and ex-marine as well as the author of several books including Dungeon, Fire and Sword: The Knights Templar in the Crusades.
A refreshing example of scholarly detective work."
Robinson takes a fresh look at the Peasants' Revolt of 1381 in England and emerges with something really new. ... [His] hypothesis explains many previously unanswerable facts; for those interested in medieval British history and Freemasonry.
— Library Journal
Historian Robinson persuasively links Freemasonry's origins and goals to the once powerful and wealthy Knights Templar order. ... The author combines scholarly research and entertaining storytelling in tracing Freemasonry as a worldwide political, religious, economic and social body dedicated to self-improvement and charity while governed by secret rituals and symbols.
— Publishers Weekly
...Born in Blood pries apart the mysteries of time with a discerning eye. Accessible to readers of all backgrounds, Born in Blood is fascinating from first page to last and enthusiastically recommended to anyone curious about the hidden history of the Freemasons.
— Midwest Book Review