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Lit Hub: “We Sent a Poet To Watch Inferno So You Don’t Have To”

This LitHub critique of the movie version of Inferno by poet Mary Jo Bang was spot on. Excerpts below. Full article here. Mary Jo Bang Takes in Tom Hanks on a Friday Night in Missouri November 17, 2016 By Peter … Continue reading

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The Secrets Of Hell

Thriller Magazine (Italy) calls the new Italian edition of Secrets of Inferno “an authoritative guide that explains all the puzzles, mysteries and secrets hidden in the novel by Dan Brown.” Secrets of Inferno opens a bright window on the Dan Brown novel by … Continue reading

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Murder Lab Blog Reviews Secrets of Inferno

Murder Lab’s recent review: Dan Burstein and Arne de Keijzer are the world’s leading authorities on the novels of Dan Brown. Their first fact-checking analysis, Secrets of the Code, was in its own right a mega-bestseller, topping the charts for … Continue reading

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“I discovered that experiencing Inferno was like going on an archeological dig…”

Excerpts from a review of Secrets of Inferno posted on are below. The review, “Deriving the High Ground: Brown versus Burstein,”  was written by Laura Gordon Kutnick. Art was meant to hold the high ground in civilized society. But in this … Continue reading

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