Here is a list of Fictional and Non-Fictional Books about Masonary.
Angels and Demons, by Dan Brown, An ancient secret brotherhood. A devastating new weapon of destruction. An unthinkable target. When world-renowned Harvard symbologist Robert Langdon is summoned to a Swiss research facility to analyze a mysterious symbol -- seared into the chest of a murdered physicist -- he discovers evidence of the unimaginable: the resurgence of an ancient secret brotherhood known as the Illuminati...the most powerful underground organization ever to walk the earth. The Illuminati has now surfaced to carry out the final phase of its legendary vendetta against its most hated enemy -- the Catholic Church.
The Da Vinci Code, by Dan Brown, While in Paris on business, Harvard symbologist Robert Langdon receives an urgent late-night phone call: the elderly curator of the Louvre has been murdered inside the museum. Near the body, police have found a baffling cipher. While working to solve the enigmatic riddle, Langdon is stunned to discover it leads to a trail of clues hidden in the works of Da Vinci -- clues visible for all to see -- yet ingeniously disguised by the painter.
Freemasonry in American History, by Allen E. Roberts, briefly tells the history of the United States, weaving in the Masonic events.
Inferno, by Dan Brown, Harvard professor of symbology Robert Langdon awakens in an Italian hospital, disoriented and with no recollection of the past thirty-six hours, including the origin of the macabre object hidden in his belongings. With a relentless female assassin trailing them through Florence, he and his resourceful doctor, Sienna Brooks, are forced to flee. Embarking on a harrowing journey, they must unravel a series of codes, which are the work of a brilliant scientist whose obsession with the end of the world is matched only by his passion for one of the most influential masterpieces ever written, Dante Alighieri's The Inferno.
Masonry along the Brazos Valley, by George H.T. French, was written in celebration of the Sesquicentennial of the Independence of Texas and the chartered organization of Freemasonry in Texas. Author George H. T. French focuses specifically on the Valley of the Brazos River, the true heartland of Texas.
Masonry in Texas, by James David Carter, briefly tells the history of Masonry in Texas.
Pursuit of a Thread, by Deed Vest is an examination of world history, seeking elements linked with Freemasonry.