Dan Brown (born June 22, 1964) is the author of Angels & Demons as well as The Da Vinvi Code, Digital Fortress, Deception Point his most recent book The Lost Symbol.He was born in Exeter, New Hampshire and attended Philips Exeter Academy. He later moved to Los Angeles and embarked on a music career that was not as successful as his later writing career. One of his early albums was actually called Angels & Demons and used the ambigram later included in the book.
Brown worked as an English teacher before quiting to focus on writing novels, the first of which was Digital Fortress, a great novel dealing with codes and the NSA, published in 1998.
This was followed two years later by Angels & Demons, the first outing of Robert Langdon. The book gained notoriety after The Da Vinci Code hit the best seller list in 2003.
Deception Point was released in 2001, a novel dealing with a U. S. Presidential election and a major discovery in the Arctic.
Two years later the world famous The Da Vinci Code was released and became an international bestseller, selling over 60 million copies in three years alone and inspiring a film of the same name. The movie earned over $250 million at the box office.
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