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You are invited to an Evening of Masonic Secrets and Murder!


“The truth of the matter is, sane people commit evil acts all the time.” Staff Sgt. Nick Myra


You are invited to an Evening of Masonic Secrets and Murder!


Flanker Press is inviting you to attend the book launch for Operation Masonic – The Lost Cathedral At Chapters, Kenmount Road, St. John’s, Wednesday, August 17th from 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm.


Join Helen C. Escott for a reading from her latest crime thriller followed by a question-and-answer period. All are welcome. Social distancing and masks are encouraged.

For more information contact Ed Oldford at eoldford@flankerpress.com


The Mason’s Most Worshipful Grand Master is murdered in the Masonic Temple. His body laid out in the ritualistic Chamber of Reflection surrounded by centuries of secrets.


Royal Newfoundland Constabulary (RNC) Staff Sgt. Nicholas Myra digs through thousands of years of history, secrets, scandals, and symbols in a hunt for the killer. A search that leads them back to the Temple of Solomon and the first Masonic murder.

A spelling mistake in a stained-glass window at the Basilica of St. John the Baptist and a Masonic symbol that fits over the map of St. John’s lead to rumours of hidden tunnels under churches and to an unbelievable treasure hunt in the heart of the Ecclesiastical Circle. An area few know about.


This is the historical backdrop to Helen C. Escott’s engrossing and well-researched new novel, Operation Masonic – The Lost Cathedral- from Flanker Press. This gripping thriller is exceedingly clever and compellingly truthful.


Operation Masonic is a fiction, that is all true. There really is a spelling mistake in a

stained-glass window at the Basilica and an Ecclesiastic Circle in the center of St. John’s.


“The killer is always the one who is not getting what they want. Who must have what they can’t have.” (Staff Sgt. Myra)


If you would like more information about Operation Masonic – The Lost Cathedral or to arrange an interview with Helen C. Escott, please contact Ed Oldford at 709-739-4477 ext. 24 sb Ext 26(toll-free 1-866-739-4420 ext. 24 – sb 26) or eoldford@flankerpress.com


Books will be available after August 17, 2022 at: Chapters, and Coles, Irving Stations, gift stores throughout Newfoundland and Labrador including the Butterfly Book Boutique in Port aux Basque.


Outside of NL, they are available at Chapters and Coles and also, online at indigo.ca Apple – iTunes, Nook – (Barnes & Noble), Amazon, and Kobo. National and international orders can be placed by calling 1-866-739-4420 ext. #22 sb 26 or you can send e-mail to eoldford@flankerpress.com

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Flanker Press Unit 1, 1243 Kenmount Road, Paradise NL A1L 0V8 Toll-free: 1-866-739-4420 Email: info@flankerpress.com Website: www.flankerpress.com

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