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Marc Levy, Ken Follet, P.D. James, Douglas Kennedy and Mary Higgins Clark-all are world-renowned authors read by millions. This phenomenon is nothing new, but has more recently been brought to light by the huge success of Dan Brown's Da Vinci Code.

The question is: why does the entire world take great interest in one book and yet not in another? What are the ingredients for a bestseller? Does a recipe exist? And how does the publishing industry function on a worldwide scale? Vassili Silovic plunges us into this world alongside these writers.

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