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Angels and Demons
by Dan Brown
World-renowned Harvard symbologist Robert Langdon is summoned to a Swiss research facility to analyze a cryptic symbol seared into the chest of a murdered physicist. What he discovers is unimaginable: a deadly vendetta against the Catholic Church by a centuries-old underground organization --- the Illuminati.
by Lev Grossman
When a fast-track investment banker becomes involved in organizing a rare books collection, he begins a search for a mysterious medieval manuscript that strangely parallels an intricate computer game.
Gospel of Judas
by Simon Mawer
Father Leo Newman, an earnest biblical scholar who has spent his life decoding the dusty detritus of the past, comes across a first century papyrus that threatens to undermine his own faith and shock the world.
by Kate Mosse
A young girl is given a mysterious book by her father which he claims contains the secret of the true Grail. Inside the hidden tomb where the bones lie crumbling, she can somehow understand the mysterious ancient words carved into the rock.
Rule of Four
by Ian Caldwell
When a long-lost diary surfaces, it seems Tom Sullivan and Paul Harris have found the key to a secret labyrinth. However, when a fellow researcher is murdered only hours after their find, the friends suddenly realize that they are caught in a web of great danger.
The Amber Room
by Steve Barry
An intricately carved room of glowing light was stolen from Russia by the Nazis. It is the subject of legend and scandal, and Atlanta judge Rachel Cutler is determined to track it down before more people die.
The Eighth Day
by John Case
Danny Cray thought he could make some quick money, but he winds up way over his head when clues in the Vatican Library reveal a global conspiracy involving a religious cult and a city lost in the sands of time.
Thieves of Heaven
by Richard Doetsch
When master thief Michael St. Pierre steals two priceless antique keys--which supposedly protect the secret of salvation--from Vatican vaults, he unwittingly sets in motion a deadly plot that brings him face to face with an insidious enemy and sends him running for his life.
by Leslie Forbes
Recently divorced Englishwoman Charlotte Penton travels to tiny San Rocco, Italy to restore a Raphael portrait called La Muta, the mute woman. When the painting is viciously gouged by a mute cleaning woman, Charlotte finds herself embroiled in a plot involving deadly secrets in the history of San Rocco, a village whose destruction during World War II hides another sordid secret protected by powerful men.