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The Da Vinci CodeThe Da Vinci Code

Selling more than 7.5 million hardcopy books, The DaVinci Code is now the biggest selling hardcopy novel ever. Dan Brown's The DaVinci Code has topped the New York Times bestsellers list for more than a year and is still continuing to sell. Casting for the movie adaptation was recently announced with Harrison Ford playing the lead character. This historical/thriller has sparked debates about the legitimacy of western and Christian history as well as being the most talked about book of the year.

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The Woman With The Alabastar Jar: Mary Magdalene and the Holy GrailThe Woman With The Alabaster Jar: Mary Magdalene and the Holy Grail
Margaret Starbird

Margaret Starbird's theological beliefs were profoundly shaken when she read Holy Blood, Holy Grail, a book that dared to suggest that Jesus Christ was married to Mary Magdalen and that their descendants carried on his holy bloodline in Western Europe. Shocked by such heresy, this Roman Catholic scholar set out to refute it, but instead found new and compelling evidence for the existence of the bride of Jesus--the same enigmatic woman who anointed him with precious unguent from her "alabaster jar."
All Editions: £14.95 - £26.40


The Templar Revelation: Secret Guardians of the True Identity of ChristThe Templar Revelation: Secret Guardians of the True Identity of Christ
Lynn Picknett & Clive Prince

Lynn Picknett and Clive Prince delve into the mysterious world of the Freemasons, the Cathars, the Knights Templar, and the occult to discover the truth behind an underground religion with roots in the first century that survives even today. Chronicling their fascinating quest for truth through time and space, the authors reveal an astonishing new view of the real motives and character of the founder of Christianity, as well as the actual historical - and revelatory - roles of John the Baptist and Mary Magdalene.
All Editions: £5.46 - £20.00


The Goddess in the Gospels: Reclaiming the Sacred Feminine
Margaret Starbird

The author takes us on her personal journey from an orthodox daughter of the Catholic Church to a modern-day heretic. As we follow Margaret Starbird’s research into the scorned and repudiated feminine in the Church’s hierarchy, we see her transformation from being “reason oriented” to trusting her feminine attributes of intuition, faith, and deep inner authority and wisdom. In a larger sense, we recognize that Starbird’s story is every woman’s search for authenticity in our modern patriarchal culture.
All Editions: £5.46 - £20.00


The Notebooks of Leonardo da VinciThe Notebooks of Leonardo da Vinci
Edward MacCurdy

This definitive translation of Leonardo's notebooks brings together into one volume the famous reflections and speculations of the greatest mind of the Renaissance. It is a result of a lifetime of study and research by the outstanding authority on the life and works of the great Florentine.
All Editions: £4.00 - £265.61


The Louvre: Portrait of a MuseumThe Louvre : Portrait of a Museum
Nicholas D'Archimbaud

The Louvre, one of France's beloved treasures, is acclaimed for both its interior and its exterior. From the outside, art lovers are captivated by I. M. Pei's glass pyramid, and upon entering, people immediately want directions to see the "Mona Lisa." This book, complete with more than 600 photographs, pays tribute to this famous museum and its constant changes, which reflect what is going on in the artistic, political, and social realms of the Western world.
All Editions: £9.84 - £74.32


Cracking Da Vinci's Code: You've Read the Fiction Now Read the Facts
James L. Garlow & Peter Jones

In the new release Cracking Da Vinci's Code, top Christian researchers tackle the ideas presented as historical data in the Doubleday novel The Da Vinci Code. James L. Garlow, Ph.D., and Peter Jones, Ph.D., address the growing controversies and the historical misconceptions that form the basis for much of Dan Brown’s bestseller. In their easy-to-follow style, Garlow and Jones confront what many consider the novel’s heresy with compelling evidence that supports Christianity’s foundations and exposes the possible agenda behind the fiction. Cracking Da Vinci's Code will help readers understand the roots of the modern heresy found in The Da Vinci Code—where it began, what it means—and its possible hidden agenda!
All Editions: £4.05 - £30.24


The Da Vinci Hoax
Carl E. Olson & Sandra Miesel

The Da Vinci Code, Dan Brown's best selling novel, purports to be more than fiction: it claims to be based on fact and scholarly research. Brown wants his readers to believe that he is revealing the long-concealed truth about Jesus, Mary Magdalene, and early Christianity, a truth that he says has been suppressed by the malevolent and conspiratorial forces of the Catholic Church. The novel alleges that there has been throughout history a secret group of true followers of a Gnostic Jesus and his wife, Mary Magdalene, the true "Holy Grail". Almost everything most Christians and non-Christians think they know about Jesus, according to Dan Brown, is completely wrong, the result of Catholic propaganda designed to hide the truth from the world.
All Editions: £5.94 - £8.61


The Gospel Code
Ben Witherington III

The Da Vinci Code, in blurring the lines between fact and fiction, popularizes the speculations and contentions of numerous more serious books that are also attracting wide attention. How should we respond to claims that we now have documents that reveal secrets about Jesus, secrets long suppressed by the church and other religious institutions? Do these new documents successfully debunk traditional views about Jesus and early Christianity? Ben Witherington confronts these claims with the sure-footedness of a New Testament scholar, yet in the plain language that any interested reader can follow. He takes us back to the early centuries after Jesus' death and tells us what we can really know about Jesus, Mary Magdalene, the canonical Gospels and their Gnostic rivals.
All Editions: £5.59 - £5.59


Secrets of the Code
Dan Burstein

There is no more comprehensive and definitive guide to The Da Vinci Code than Secrets of the Code: The Unauthorized Guide to the Mysteries Behind The Da Vinci Code. Dan Brown’s bestselling novel, The Da Vinci Code, has captivated the imagination of millions of readers. Its provocative story and rich historical background has spurred wide interest in the author’s source materials and has aroused controversies, both public and private, all over America. Readers are fascinated by the questions raised in The Da Vinci Code.
All Editions: £8.18 - £11.85

The Da Vinci CodeThe Da Vinci Code
Dan Brown

While in Paris on business, Harvard symbologist Robert Langdon receives an urgent late-night phone call: the elderly curator of the Louvre has been murdered inside the museum. Near the body, police have found a baffling cipher. While working to solve the enigmatic riddle, Langdon is stunned to discover it leads to a trail of clues hidden in the works of Da Vinci -- clues visible for all to see -- yet ingeniously disguised by the painter.
Used: £2.06 New: £5.02 Signed: £48.59

Holy Blood, Holy GrailHoly Blood, Holy Grail
Michael Baigent

Explosive, thought-provoking, fiercely compelling, Holy Blood, Holy Grail breaks bold new ground with its shocking conclusions about the lineage of Christ and the legacy of the Holy Grail. Based on decades of research, filled with eye-opening new evidence and dazzling scholarship, this authoritative work uncovers an alternate history as shocking as it is believable -- as it dares to ask: Is the traditional, accepted view of the life of Christ in some way incomplete? Is it possible Christ did not die on the cross? Is it possible Jesus was married, a father, and that his bloodline still exists?
All Editions: £2.46 - £135.00


The Gnostic GospelsThe Gnostic Gospels
Elaine Pagels

The Gnostic Gospels is a landmark study of the long-buried roots of Christianity, a work of luminous scholarship and wide popular appeal. First published in 1979 to critical acclaim, winning the National Book Award and the National Book Critics Circle Award, The Gnostic Gospels has continued to grow in reputation and influence over the past two decades. It is now widely recognized as one of the most brilliant and accessible histories of early Christian spirituality published in our time.
All Editions: £4.37 - £68.23


Treasures of the LouvreTreasures of the Louvre
Michel Laclotte

Two hundred years ago, the doors of the Louvre opened to the public for the very first time. The palace of the French kings had been transformed into a museum that today stretches over an enormous architectural ensemble right in the heart of Paris.
All Editions: £2.16 - £16.01


Leonardo Drawings
Leonardo da Vinci

A representative selection of Leonardo's various achievements: drawings of plants, landscapes, human face and figure, etc., as well as studies for Adoration of the Magi, Sforza monument, Last Supper, more. 60 illustrations.
All Editions: £2.16 - £5183.01


Breaking the Da Vinci Code: Answers to the Questions Everyone's Asking
Darrell L. Bock

Was Leonardo da Vinci the one person who stumbled onto a Vatican plot to conceal the truth about Jesus and then exposed it in his famous work of art “The Last Supper”? Have sinister global religious organizations suppressed secrets that reveal “the real Jesus”? These are the questions people are asking after reading The Da Vinci Code. Many have been troubled by the unorthodox historical claims found in Dan Brown’s novel while others have excitedly embraced its version of Christian history. Breaking the Da Vinci Code will help you recognize the agenda that lurks behind the codes.
All Editions: £5.99 - £12.63


Da Vinci Decoded
Martin Lunn

Scholars and theologians have attacked the book and the “facts” on which it is based. Some claim that Brown is anti-Catholic. Book clubs, reading groups, dedicated web sites and countless reviews and articles in magazines and newspapers worldwide have fueled the fire, making The Da Vinci Code not only the most successful book of its kind ever, but also the most controversial. Now Martin Lunn, an expert historian, reveals the truth behind Dan Brown’s research.
All Editions: £3.58 - £5.37


De-Coding Da Vinci
Amy Welborn

De-Coding Da Vinci: The Facts behind the Fiction of The Da Vinci Code, a book by Amy Welborn, addresses the misrepresentation of history, religion and art in The Da Vinci Code. Did Leonardo actually build these codes into his paintings? Was the Priory of Sion a real organization? Is the Holy Grail really, as he says, Mary Magdalene's womb and now her bones, and not the Last Supper cup? Is Opus Dei really what The Da Vinci Code says it is? What was Constantine's true role in early Christianity? Was Jesus human or divine or both? Was He married to Mary Magdalene? Do secret writings not in the Bible really contain truths about Jesus, Mary Magdalene and the sacred feminine?
All Editions: £2.97 - £5.37


The Truth Behind the Da Vinci Code
Richard Abanes

The Truth About the Da Vinci Code by bestselling author Richard Abanes is a user-friendly and easy-to-understood reference source for anyone wanting to make an informed decision about the claims made in Dan Brown's The Da Vinci Code. Unlike other books that may appear in response to Brown's riveting novel, Abanes' book will be concise (96-pages), inexpensive, and formated in such as way as to help Christians and non-Christians alike find the facts they need in order to form their own conclusions about the contents of Brown's volume.
All Editions: £2.70 - £3.98