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Bologna
Castel Gandolfo,
Lake Come, Milan
Amsterdam, U.S.
 ©1983, 2004

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BIO

LEWIS PERDUE studied biology and biophysics at Cornell University. He is also the bestselling author of numerous fiction and nonfiction works, including Daughter of God and The Delphi Betrayal. Perdue lives in Sonoma, California.

Lewis Perdue

The Da Vinci Legacy

JACKET NOTES:  THE LOST MYSTERIES OF LEONARDO
The Dav Vinci Codex is a priceless collection of Leonardo's original work--or is it? When Da Vinci scholar Curtis Davis discovers that several of the Codex's pages are forgeries, the search is on for the genuine documents, which may hold startling secrets and revelations.

But Davis is not the only one seeking the missing pages. He soon finds himself the target of a muderous conspiracy that dates back to the dawn of Christianity itself. For the Da Vinci Codex is more that just a precious document. It is also the key to a long-lost discovery of frightening importance. Now, not only Davis's life but the future itself is at stake. Ultimate power is the prize for whomever seizes...
(© Tor Books)


Lewis Perdue alleges that Dan Brown's DA VINCI CODE
is a rip-off of his 1983 book. Read about it in the
SF Chronicle Article by Adair Lara