The Rule of Four

How has a novel so erudite maintained its place week after week on the New York Times best-seller list? Ian Caldwell and Dustin Thomason, both still in their 20s, give us a Da Vinci Code thriller with an Ivy League education. Set at Princeton University, Caldwell’s alma mater (Thomason went to Harvard), the book is as much about college friendship and romance as it is about the quest to solve an ancient puzzle—a quest that involves danger, mayhem and murder.

 

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