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The Da Vinci Code by Dan Brown

27 Sep

Robert Langdon, lecturing in Paris, finds himself suddenly in the middle of a murder investigation that he is the main suspect in. Yet, who really killed Jacques Sauriere, the curator of the Louvre and three others? What were they trying to protect and why are the stakes so high?

A fast paced thriller but with an intelligent touch. Brown has done a lot of research and the line between fact and fiction blurs throughout the novel. Many basic beliefs in religion, secret societies and the Holy Grail itself have made this novel so popular and controversial. (hint: that is the beauty of fiction!) 2003, 454 pages.

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Posted by on September 27, 2007 in Mystery

 

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