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Writer who sued over 'Da Vinci Code' dies in UK

Writer Michael Baigent, who gained attention for launching a lawsuit contending that "The Da Vinci Code" stole ideas from his own book, has died of a brain hemorrhage at age 65. Full story

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Dan Brown: I choose subject matter that keeps me fascinated

   Dan Brown, author of "The Da Vinci Code" and "Angels and Demons," joins Morning Joe to discuss his new book "Inferno." Brown's book follows symbology professor Robert Langdon into a world based on Dante's "Inferno."

Dan Brown: ‘I love to use action to propel plot’

   Actor and physician Ken Jeong talks about reprising his role as Mr. Chow in “The Hangover Part III,” saying the franchise has “changed my life from black and white to technicolor” and revealing he still keeps his medical license current, though he’s not currently practicing.

Guess a place that helped inspire Dan Brown’s ‘Inferno’

   NBC’s Keir Simmons takes a walk through the secret passageways of a place that offers a rare glimpse of history and the secrets of Italy’s rulers, and helped inspire Dan Brown’s new book, “Inferno.”

First look at Dan Brown’s new book ‘Inferno’

   Dan Brown’s latest novel “Inferno” brings back “Da Vinci Code” hero Robert Langdon, who tries to decode the mysteries of the literary masterpiece “Dante’s Inferno.”

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  Title of new Dan Brown book revealed: ‘Inferno’

The TODAY anchors reveal the title of the hotly anticipated new Dan Brown book, which Brown reveals is inspired by the first part of Dante’s epic poem “Divine Comedy.”

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Dan Brown, inventor of the Bionic Wrench, is defending his patent rights against the Max Axess, made in China.