Wanted: The Next 'Da Vinci Code' The Da Vinci Code has been out for more that two years, and it still remains on bestseller lists. The popularity of Dan Brown's novel that combines science, religion, history and suspense has publishers jumping at the opportunity to spot the next literary sensation.
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Wanted: The Next 'Da Vinci Code'

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Wanted: The Next 'Da Vinci Code'

Wanted: The Next 'Da Vinci Code'

Wanted: The Next 'Da Vinci Code'

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The Da Vinci Code has been out for more that two years, and it still remains on bestseller lists.

The popularity of Dan Brown's novel that combines science, religion, romance and suspense has publishers jumping at the opportunity to spot the next literary sensation. Martha Woodroof from member station WMRA has this report.

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