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Books With That Dan Brown Flavor

P. J. Edwards
The list author says: "It can leave a bitter taste in your mouth, but Dan Brown does have a flavor: fast paced, puzzle based fun. Here's Dan's books and some others that get the job done too."
Cloud Crash: A Technothriller
Cloud Crash: A Technothriller
"Like Dan Brown, but funnier (which isn't hard to do), this thriller is set in Silicon Valley and New York. It follows a corporate spy who is trying to stop a psycho killer from exploding all the nice machines that make the internet hum. Funny, fun, and puzzly, it has more than a hint of Dan Brown, but with a little more style."
The Lost Symbol
The Lost Symbol
"The latest and...greatest? Who hasn't gotten a nice fancy symbol only to find out it's lost? An exciting masonic paranoia fest, this book is poppy, grisly, and ultimately a fun read."
Angels & Demons
Angels & Demons
"Peanut butter and jelly, Turner and Hooch, Angels & Demons: some things just go together. This novel is puzzle packed, light, and filled with the audacity you expect from big Dan."
The Last Ember
The Last Ember
"You need an antiquities expert? We've got an antiquities expert. There's also just enough tricks to give this story that classic DB flair."
The Clock Without a Face: A Gus Twintig Mystery
The Clock Without a Face: A Gus Twintig Mystery
"Bear with me- it's an unusual pick. This thriller is more of an actual puzzle, similar to the 11th hour. You read the book and find your own answer- which corresponds to real life treasure! There's a chance it's picked over by now, but it's still a fun idea."