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Just finished reading both Crown of Serpents and Map of Thieves. Enjoyed them both, kept me in suspense and always rushed to pick up were I left off each day. Liked very much the reference to upstate New York.
Charles L. Hixon
Skull of Disguises is a great book. It weaves American folklore along with WWII history and facts all tied up in a Masonic mystery that is fast-paced. It also ties up loose ends from the second book in the series. I highly recommend it to all lovers of mystery stories.
"This map was literally my guiding light through the city! I lived in Savannah for a while, and went to SCAD Art School there. I recently visited after a long time away, and as soon as I opened the map, all of the wonderful sites and places were right there again, at my fingertips. The birds-eye view is lovely, the artwork is fantastic, and the map is well designed. I highly recommend this map if you are traveling to Savannah. There are many tips on there, such as places to go, bus routes, historical tidbits, places to see and eat, recommended tours, and lodging. It also hangs on my wall as a beautiful souvenir. The map is a visual work of art unto itself! A must have. All the other maps I saw while in town didn't hold a candle to this one."– Lisa King
Mike reminds me of Dan Brown. Meaning, once I pick up his books, I literally can't stop reading. His book "Crown of Serpents" centers around Seneca Army Depot, where I served as an MP. I read that in less than 2 days. Other than being a phenomenal author, Michael Karpovage is a world class Mapmaker. I'd highly recommend his books.
This is the BEST map of Savannah! Very accurately detailed with interesting information. It's so pretty, I bought two and framed each side! It is so easy to get turned around in Savannah; I highly recommend that everyone have this map in their back pocket!
Amanda :) Ontario, Canada
I especially enjoyed your article on the Boyd tragedy. As a Past Master of a Georgia Lodge and a very well traveled Freemasonry I especially enjoy your application of Masonic themes to an excellent novel and article.