Books by Brian Daniel Starr

Released: Sept. 5, 2011

Mysterious, mind-boggling collection of ancient genealogies.

The general reader meets Starr's work with a sense of being an outsider to the author's world. From the very first pages there is simply no way of understanding Starr's frame of reference, which is apparently hidden in some manner of secret society. Starr talks about the training of a knight and the various secrets with which knights are entrusted. Read full book review >

Released: June 17, 2011

Starr's debut work of genealogy is an ambitious text that promises to deliver the secrets of Christianity.

The topic of biblical genealogy has always been vexed—so much so that Matthew and Luke, the only two evangelists that lay out Jesus' lineage, totally disagree. Read full book review >