Sunday, January 3, 2010

Dan Brown's six favorite books

Dan Brown is the author of The Da Vinci Code, Angels and Demons, and The Lost Symbol.

He named his six favorite books for The Week magazine. One title on the list.
The Puzzle Palace by James Bamford. Although dated, this book is still one of the most captivating looks inside the cover world of America’s premier intelligence agency, the National Security Agency. Bamford’s description of the longstanding synergy between the U.S. and Britain, who brilliantly exploit a loophole in the law that enables them to spy legally on American and British civilians, is particularly fascinating.
Read about the other books on Brown's list.

The Wall Street Journal asked Brown if wealth has changed him. Check out his answer.

--Marshal Zeringue