Christopher Bailey Gives an Exclusive Look at Dan Brown’s Next Blockbuster Novel
Don’t ask me how—I don’t want to confess to anything that might, to small minds, seem illegal—but I’ve managed to get access to a few chapters of Dan Brown’s upcoming novel, The Rockwell Cipher. I thought you might be interested to see that he’s still using the same techniques that made The Da Vinci Code such a big hit.
Langdon gave the brick a toss, and the window shattered noisily. A loud alarm blared.
“Are you nuts?” Edith said petulantly. “People can hear that . . .
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Christopher Bailey , a Lutheran, writes about everything from Arthurian mythology to wireless networking. He spent a decade on the Upward Path in corporate America, but now must be counted among the backsliders.
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