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Categorization is odious. There is tremendous overlap among genres. These pigeonholes are offered only as a convenience.

Lewis Perdue (1949 - )

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artradioguy April 3rd, 2007 10:03 AM PST

Lewis Perdue is an excellent, though little known, writer who came to national attention when he sued Random House and author Dan Brown over the similarities between Brown's Da Vinci Code and Perdue's Daughter Of God. Anyone who has ever read Brown's book should read Perdue's and compare the two. Another book that Perdue wrote that he claims Brown pirated is the Da Vinci Legacy which he wrote in 1984. Two more recent books in which Perdue explores headline issues are Slatewiper and Perfect Killer, both political thrillers.

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New York Times best-selling author Lewis Perdue's twenty published books have sold more than 4 million copies and have been translated into every major language in the world along with more than a dozen other tongues.

Of his twenty published books, fifteen are thrillers and the remaining five cover wine, technology, and how porn has driven the technology and business model of the World Wide Web.

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