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Hiram Stone, former chief justice of the Louisiana Supreme Court, had no way of knowing that by becoming the grand master of Free and Accepted Masons that he would be subjected to charges of murder in a criminal court of law and also face expulsion from the craft for un-Masonic conduct. The profane district attorney seemed bent on revenge for having been rejected by the Masons. The political influence of Masonry in the Deep South during the depression and the strong sense of loyalty combine with mystery, secrecy, and Masonic rules to weave a captivating story of intrigue. Even in the highest parts of the criminal justice system, the all-seeing eye and the mysteries of the craft have unseen influence.
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ISBN: 9781499056693
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