Inside Angels & Demons by Arne de Keijzer

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Set against the backdrop of beautiful Baroque Rome, Inside Angels & Demons: The Unauthorized Guide to the International Bestseller takes you inside the Vatican to see how the process of conclave and papal selection really works. Readers explore the world of Bernini, master artist of the Baroque era, and the secret meanings behind his symbolism...what really happened in the trial of Galileo...the impact of the Illuminati, the Freemasons, and other secret societies on European and American history...the real state of the art anti-matter technology...the centuries-old debate between science and religion. Millions of readers want to separate fact from fiction. This book teases apart the real and the imagined within the historical labyrinth of conspiracies, cover-ups, messages encoded in famous artworks, secrets societies, and mystical knowledge. Inside Angels & Demons: The Unauthorized Guide to the International Bestseller is must reading for anyone fascinated with Dan Brown-s historical mysteries.
 

About Arne de Keijzer

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Dan Burstein is an award-winning journalist and author of thirteen prior books. He and Arne de Keijzer are the cocreators of the Secrets series, which includes the bestseller Secrets of the Code. John-Henri Holmberg is a nonfiction writer, translator, and editor. He met Stieg Larsson in 1972, and over the years they became good friends. Before Stieg Larsson's untimely death, he shared with Holmberg tantalizing details about the new book he was working on.
 
Published March 10, 2009 by Vangaurd. 538 pages
Genres: Education & Reference, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction, Religion & Spirituality. Non-fiction

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