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Author talks courts, 'Da Vinci Code,' and movie in home state

By David Mehegan
Globe Staff / April 24, 2006

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PORTSMOUTH, N.H. -- What with the crush outside the Music Hall, it might have been the pope, the president, maybe even Paris Hilton. But, no, it was reclusive author Dan Brown in the first public appearance since courts in London and the United States rejected charges of copyright infringement against his giant bestseller, ''The Da Vinci Code." (Full article: 536 words)

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