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Dan Brown & The Da Vinci Code

Dan Brown & The Da Vinci Code

Blockbuster sequel set to break all records

HIS previous book sold 81 million copies, was criticised by the Catholic Church, inspired a blockbusting movie and brought thousands of visitors to a tiny church in Midlothian.

Interview: Robert Cooper - Breaking the code

'I CANNOT tell a lie." The famous quote from America's first president, George Washington, is about to be called into question, according to leaked information on the plot of Dan Brown's new book.

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Appeal court clears author

THE author Dan Brown did not copy large parts of an earlier book to produce his blockbuster novel, The Da Vinci Code, the Court of Appeal ruled yesterday.

Appeal court rules Brown did not copy Da Vinci plot

AMERICAN author Dan Brown did not copy large parts of an earlier book to produce his blockbuster novel, The Da Vinci Code, the Court of Appeal ruled today.

Da Vinci Code fears 'led to suicide of scholar'

A TALENTED painter and scholar of Leonardo da Vinci killed herself after becoming convinced that her life was in danger while working in Rome.

Da Vinci Code spin-offs prove nothing but profit

DOES the world need another book on the mysteries of the Da Vinci Code? I ask with anxiety having just counted more than 50 works published in the wake of the Dan Brown novel.

Da Vinci Code film profitable for Rosslyn

ROSSLYN Chapel, the iconic 560-year-old centrepiece of the blockbuster movie The Da Vinci Code, made a profit of more than £500,000 last year.

Provost hails Chapel for role in blockbuster

ROSSLYN Chapel's starring role in the Da Vinci Code film is the highlight of 2006 according to Midlothian Council's provost.

Dan Brown's calling code sparks Witchery hunt

Dan Brown, author of the best-selling novel The Da Vinci Code, apparently scribbled a mysterious code on the floorboards of a top Scottish hotel, and then concealed it with a rug, just before checking out.

Industry reaps £6m boost from the Da Vinci Code

SCOTLAND has enjoyed £6 million worth of global publicity thanks to a deal with the hit film The Da Vinci Code, tourism chiefs said yesterday.

Da Vinci Code translates into £6m boost for Scots tourism

SCOTLAND has enjoyed £6 million worth of global publicity thanks to a deal with the hit film The Da Vinci Code, tourism chiefs said today.

Da Vinci Code linked to attempted murder

A MAN tried to murder his parents on 6/6/06 while acting under delusions linked to the novel The Da Vinci Code, a court heard yesterday.

Cracking code to Rosslyn takes more than Da Vinci

ON the outskirts of Edinburgh, among wooded paths and waterfalls, the medieval enigma that is Rosslyn Chapel has held visitors spellbound for centuries.

Scribbles in the stonework of Rosslyn

JUST when you think there can't be anything left to dig up when it comes to secret codes and Rosslyn Chapel, another layer is unearthed. The latest mystery - involving a carving scratched on the wall of the crypt - doesn't involve the Knights Templar, the bloodline of Christ or any ancient secret societies.

Stars asked to dig deep and fund Rosslyn Chapel work

TRUSTEES of Rosslyn Chapel are set to invite celebrities to sponsor the refurbishment of the building's most famous features.

Da Vinci code breakers to visit Rosslyn

PRIZE-WINNING Da Vinci Code fans from 70 countries were today set to get an exclusive private visit to Rosslyn Chapel as part of a tour of locations in the blockbuster Hollywood movie.

Rosslyn auction

TWO 19th-century paintings of Rosslyn Chapel, Midlothian, made famous by The Da Vinci Code, go on sale in Edinburgh next month.

Da Vinci Code fails attract visitors to Rosslyn chapel

FOLLOWING an almost universal panning by Hollywood film critics, The Da Vinci Code movie may have received the most telling condemnation of its quality so far. Rosslyn Chapel has reported that the hordes of visitors expected after the film's release have failed to show up.

Da Vinci Code critic gets No 2 post in the Vatican

AN ITALIAN cardinal who was the first major Catholic figure to speak out against The Da Vinci Code was yesterday appointed as "deputy pope".

India refuses to ban Da Vinci Code film

INDIA'S top court has refused to ban the Da Vinci Code film, saying no country with Christianity as a dominant religion has taken such a step, reports said today.

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