Daniel Gerhard Brown, popularly known as Dan Brown, is an American author born on June 22, 1964. He is best known for his well-researched thriller novel including – ● Digital Fortress ● Deception Point ● Angels & Demons ● The Da Vinci Code ● Inferno ● Origin and ● The Lost Symbol After reading Sidney Sheldon’s The Doomsday Conspiracy, he decided to become a writer for thrillers and became famous. He wrote his first book in 1990, named 187 Men to Avoid, a dating survival guide for women, which was published in 1995. His novels, especially the Robert Langdon ones, are engaged with Christian themes and historical facts, due to which they have generated controversy. Since Brown was raised on a prep school campus, he fascinates the paradoxical interplay between science and religion. In 2005, Brown was also named one of the 100 most influential people in the World by TIME Magazine. Besides this, his novels are published in 56 languages with over 200 million copies in print.