Lewis Perdue

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Lewis Perdue (born 1949 at Greenwood, Mississippi) is the author of 20 published books including Daughter of God, and The Da Vinci Legacy. Perdue was sued by Random House in 2003 when he charged that Dan Brown's The Da Vinci Code plagiarized those two books. Random House won the lawsuit but lost their demand to have Perdue pay their legal fees. [1][2]

Works[edit]

  • The Delphi Betrayal (1981)
  • Queens Gate Reckoning (1982)
  • The Da Vinci Legacy (1983)
  • The Tesla Bequest (1984)
  • The Linz Testament (1985)
  • Zaibatsu (1988)
  • Daughter of God (1999)
  • Slatewiper (2003)
  • Perfect Killer (2005)
  • Die By Wire (2011) [3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Vanity Fair, July 2006. Sethmnooking.com, The Da Vinci Clone?
  2. ^ BBC News, August 6, 2005. Author Brown 'did not plagiarise'.
  3. ^ Lewis Perdue in fantasticfiction