The Da Vinci Code – Dan Brown

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In a two-day span, American symbologist Robert Langdon finds himself accused of murdering the curator of the Louvre, on the run through the streets of Paris and London, and teamed up with French cryptologist Sophie Neveu to uncover nothing less than the secret location of the Holy Grail. It appears that a conservative Catholic bishop might be on the verge of destroying the Grail, which includes an alternate history of Christ that could bring down the church. Whoever is ordering the deaths of the Grail’s guardians–modern-day members of an ancient society descended from the famed Knights Templar–must be stopped before the treasure is lost forever. To do so, Langdon and Neveu have to solve a series of ciphers and riddles while evading a tireless French police commander and a ruthless albino monk.

This is a book that reads like a movie. Once you start it, you won’t be able to put it down. It’s a good mystery and it’s exciting! Try this one. Recommended for mystery, art, and adventure lovers. – Jessica, Teen Librarian

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