Cornerstone Book Publishers
In 1995, Michael R. Poll created Michael Poll Publishing as a Masonic reprint book publisher. Soon after, the publishing company evolved into a used book seller and provided a popular rare book search service. In 1997, Michael Poll Publishing launched its first website. The demand for quality used Masonic books grew and requests began coming for Masonic gift items and supplies.
In 1998, Lost Word was created to serve as both the on-line retail outlet for Michael Poll Publishing, and as a supplier of unique Masonic gift items. As one of the very first on-line Masonic supply stores, Lost Word quickly rose in popularity, but always remained a small family store.
Today, Michael Poll Publishing publishes mainly under its imprint, Cornerstone Book Publishers, and is active in the publishing of Masonic reprints (print versions as well as e-books) and the publishing of new Masonic and esoteric books as well as contemporary literature and pulp fiction.
While Cornerstone Book Publishers remain a small publisher, it continues to provide quality books to its readers. Our free search service is our hallmark and we are happy to search for any hard to find book.
Cornerstone Book Publishers is owned and operated by The New York Times Bestselling writer and publisher, Michael R. Poll, a Past Master in Etoile Polaire Lodge #1, Cervantes Lodge #5, Germania Lodge #46 (New Orleans, Louisiana) and Hiram-Takoma Lodge #10 (Washington, D.C.). He is a Masonic author and historian, a Founding Fellow and President of The Masonic Society, a Fellow of the Philalethes Society, a Fellow of the Maine Lodge of Research and a contributor to Heredom, the publication of the Scottish Rite Research Society as well as many other Masonic and non-Masonic publications.
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The Breslin Family Tales of the Supernatural: Gravier’s Bookshop & The Hotel Mandolin
In Gravier's Bookshop, psychic Max Gravier he answers a cry for help out of his dreams that draws him into a fierce battle for a young woman's soul.
In The Hotel Mandolin Cassie Breslin taps into an unexpected connection with a tragic ghost from the turn of the century. And the more she uncovers the more dangerous and malevolent the mystery becomes.
The Hotel Mandolin: A Breslin Family Tale of the Supernatural #2
Something spooky is happening in one of New Orleans' luxury hotels. the only one able to scratch the surface of this puzzle is Cassie Breslin who has tapped into a connection with a tragic ghost from the turn of the century. And the more she uncovers the more dangerous and malevolent the mystery becomes.
Gravier's Bookshop: A Breslin Family Tale of the Supernatural #1
Book shop owner, Max Gravier had no intention of becoming a recluse, but after his wife's death it seems his life is heading in that direction. That is until he answers a call, a cry for help out of his dreams that draws him into a fierce battle for a young woman's soul.
The Broken Vow - Vol. I of The Clandestine Exploits of a Werewolf
Ethan Garraint is on a vendetta that begins with the fall of Montségur and leads him to New Orleans nearly five hundred years later. But the person he chases isn't a man anymore and Ethan has been a werewolf for almost a millennium. With the aid of a gifted seer, he is on a blood hunt that will culminate in a journey that crosses the line between heaven and earth and ends somewhere in between.
Abiding Darkness: Volume Two of The Tellers' Tale
For centuries, the master magicians of the Houses Arcane have labored to defeat the spreading power of Twilight. The powerful Keeper Emily Sayers has joined herself to the Steward's heir. The half-breed son of the Lord of Twilight has sired a child on Empyre's beautiful daughter. The talisman known as the Shield Light has returned to the lands of men. Can darkness and dissolution be far behind?
The Mystic's Collection: Three Paranormal Novels
A boxed set of three haunting and unforgettable novels masterfully woven by paranormal author Evelyn Klebert. (about 750 pages) Includes: "An Uneasy Traveler"; "Sanctuary of Echoes" and "Treading on Borrowed Time."
Our Stations and Places: Masonic Officers Handbook
One of the most respected Masonic officer's handbooks has been revised for the 21st century Freemason. The various stations of the lodge are examined and practical suggestions are offered to help each officer best perform his duties. This revised and updated edition has been expanded to include a new section for the various lodge committees. This is an indispensable tool for all Lodge officers.
White Harbor Road
A psychic soul mate, a time traveler, a horror writer, and a enigmatic stranger take a selection of resilient, life-battered heroines to a place of paranormal healing and transformation. In this collection of short stories, White Harbor Road is the last stop where life's burdens and hardships evolve into something unexpected.
The Witches' Own
On the surface things seem quiet and serene in a picturesque coastal village. But something unseen roams its forests as the past and present collide and the unthinkable begins to wreak its vengeance. A woman is executed for witchcraft in the town's distant past. Her death triggers a chain of events which grasp at the restless heart of a novelist, spurring him towards a quest to uncover the truth.
The Left Palm
The paranormal journey begins with a woman's quest for vengeance against a werewolf and continues in an old graveyard where a horrifying discovery is made. A psychiatrist's patient opens his eyes to a disturbing view of reality and a woman strikes up an impossible supernatural friendship. Finally, a fortuneteller in the French Quarter receives an unexpected and terrifying customer.
Dragonflies: Journeys into the Paranormal
A powerful wizard, love-crossed ghosts, a mysterious dark warrior, and an enigmatic time traveler -- a mystical wordsmith entices you into the world of the paranormal with a collection of inspired stories. Each tale takes the journey of the dragonfly imbued with the momentum and energy of change, following a winding path that ultimately will lead you to find the truth buried beneath perception.
An Uneasy Traveler
What would you do if your destiny was ruining your life? A gifted artist is battling his personal demons. A chance meeting with a guarded, young woman sends both their lives spiraling onto a different track. A spiritual awakening draws these two together, propelling them onto a new and disturbing path. It is a monumental struggle to overcome their obstacles and fears to carve out a life together.
A Ghost of a Chance
It only takes an instant for everything to change. A high-powered attorney dies, only to find himself constrained to an afterlife as a spirit trapped in a farmhouse with a writer of vampire novels. The unconventional lovers are brought together and they must battle the unknown and bridge death itself to make possible what cannot be possible and to find a Ghost of a Chance.
Treading on Borrowed Time
For Julia Moreau life seems complicated. But Julia doesn't have a clue what complicated is until she is thrust into being the key chess piece in a match between two men of extraordinary abilities on the wild hunt for a mystical creature hidden in the heart of New Orleans' French Quarter. Will Julia lose her soul to the karma of a past life or her heart to the love of a man driven by dark forces?
In His Own (w)Rite
New York Times bestselling writer and Masonic historian, Michael R. Poll gives us a wonderful collection of some of his best Masonic papers and lectures. From rethinking long held beliefs regarding the early development of the Scottish Rite to the general philosophy and needs of today's Freemasonry, this book provides education, enlightenment and enjoyment.
A Modern Masonic Philosopher
Albert Mackey, George Oliver, R. I. Clegg, Joseph Fort Newton and President William Howard Taft are just a few of the Masonic giants who give us thirty-seven classic Masonic papers from the late 1800's to the early 1900's. Masonic symbolism, philosophy, history and more are presented in this highly educational and enjoyable collection. Edited by Michael R. Poll.
The Freemasons Key
Symbolism is the language of Freemasonry. But what is symbolism? Why does Masonry use it? Who else has used symbolism? Some of the great minds in Masonic history (Albert Mackey, Joseph Fort Newton, Oliver Day Street, H. L. Haywood and more) answer these and other questions concerning the Masonic method of teaching as well as explain the symbolism of the Masonic degrees.
A Masonic education from the first page to last. Includes: "The Meaning of Initiation" by Frank C. Higgins; "Operative Masonry: Early Days in the Masonic Era" by Robert I. Clegg; "Masonic Jurisprudence" by Roscoe Pound; "Freemasons in the American Revolution" by Charles S. Lobingier; "A Bird's-Eye View of Masonic History" by H.L. Haywood; "Women and Freemasonry" by Dudley Wright and more.
North and south, war and magic are brewing. But, in the sleepy woodland village of Greenwood life goes on just as it always has, comfortable and commonplace-until an ancient power awakens in the heart of the old forest and summons to it an exiled princess, a gifted magician, a gorgeous vagabond.
Sanctuary of Echoes
Some love stories are memorable, some are endearing, and some shift the course of reality. In New Orleans, the City that Care Forgot, in it's City of the Dead, a love story unfolds; tearing across time, across realities, across the essence of human existence. Two lovers battle fate back to each other against a paranormal backdrop and through a torturous past - to a place of truth - of Sanctuary.
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