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Books and profile for Dan Brown

Origin by Dan Brown

‘Origin’ is the 5th novel by Dan Brown featuring world famous religious iconologist professor Robert Langdon. For those of you familiar with Dan Brown, this novel very much follows the usual pattern. An ex student of Langdon’s from Harvard, Edmond … Continue reading

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The Lost Symbol by Dan Brown

‘The Lost Symbol’ is the 3rd novel by Dan Brown featuring Harvard symbologist Robert Langdon. This novel is set in Washington DC where Langdon has been called as a last minute replacement for a conference speaker. The person who has … Continue reading

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The Da Vinci Code by Dan Brown

‘The Da Vinci Code’ is the 2nd novel by Dan Brown featuring Harvard Art Historian and world renowned Iconologist Robert Langdon. Langdon is in Paris giving a lecture when he receives a call in the middle of the night from … Continue reading

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Angels and Demons by Dan Brown

‘Angels and Demons’ is the first novel by Dan Brown to feature Harvard professor of Art History and world renowned symbologist Robert Langdon. Langdon receives a phone call in the middle of the night from CERN Director Maximillion Kohler. One … Continue reading

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Dan Brown Profile and Books

Dan Brown was born in Exeter, New Hampshire, United States in June 1964. He is most famous for his novel ‘The Da Vinci Code’ which is one of the highest selling books of all time. Brown was the oldest of … Continue reading

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Inferno by Dan Brown

‘Inferno’ is Dan Brown’s fourth novel featuring the dashingly handsome, world saving Robert Langdon. If you’re a fan of Dan Brown’s other novels then this one will not disappoint, but if you tend to take life a bit too seriously … Continue reading

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