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Dan Brown does it again with another Robert Langdon action-mystery extravaganza. Taking on yet another pillar of literature (Dante's Inferno), art (Botticelli's Map of Hell) and tying it in to the beautiful, historical landscape of Italy, it's like you're running through the streets in a haze of puzzling tragedy. 

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Devil's in the Details


  • 3oz Prosecco
  • 3oz Aperol 
  • 1-2oz Sparkling water (Flavored or unflavored)
  • Orange Wheels
  • Ice


  1. Fill glass with ice and add Aperol
  2. Add Prosecco 
  3. Top with soda 
  4. Garnish with orange wheel
  5. Enjoy the bitter and sweet of this drink to pair with the Devilish undertones of this read!


Hey Hot Stuff - Creme Brulee

Let's get as warm as the inner rings of the Inferno and make some brulees! For a New York Times Best-Seller, we'll make the New York Times' 5-Star recipe!


Yield: 4 servings

  • 2cups heavy or light cream, or half-and-half
  • 1vanilla bean, split lengthwise, or 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
  • ⅛teaspoon salt5egg yolks
  • ½cup sugar, more for topping


  1. Heat oven to 325 degrees. In a saucepan, combine cream, vanilla bean and salt and cook over low heat just until hot. Let sit for a few minutes, then discard vanilla bean. (If using vanilla extract, add it now.)
  2. In a bowl, beat yolks and sugar together until light. Stir about a quarter of the cream into this mixture, then pour sugar-egg mixture into cream and stir. 
  3. Pour into four 6-ounce ramekins and place ramekins in a baking dish; fill dish with boiling water halfway up the sides of the dishes. 
  4. Bake for 30 to 40 minutes, or until centers are barely set. 
  5. Cool completely. Refrigerate for several hours and up to a couple of days.
  6. When ready to serve, top each custard with about a teaspoon of sugar in a thin layer. 
  7. Place ramekins in a broiler 2 to 3 inches from heat source. Turn on broiler. 
  8. Cook until sugar melts and browns or even blackens a bit, about 5 minutes. Serve within two hours.



How many of these fun facts did you know? Did we miss any? Let us know when you submit your review!

Cover of Inferno by Dan Brown beside an image of Tom Hanks as Robert Langdon in the movie adaptation

Inferno was adapted in to a movie as the 3rd movie adaptation in the Robert Langdon series. It was released in 2016, following the DaVinci Code and Angels & Demons.

Show poster for Dan Brown's The Lost Symbol

Brown's book The Lost Symbol was adapted in to a TV series in 2021.

Collage of Dan Brown's Books

Dan Brown has written eight books, five in the Robert Langdon series.

Cover of The DaVinci Code by Dan Brown

The DaVinci Code is the second book of the Robert Langdon saga, becoming a New York Times best-seller within the first week of it's release, and is one of the most popular books of all time.

Cover art of Sidney Sheldon's The Doomsday Conspiracy

Brown has said that reading Sidney Sheldon's The Doomsday Conspiracy inspired him to start writing thrillers.

Cover of Dan Brown's Digital Fortress

Brown's first book, Digital Fortress, was written in 1998 and explores the collection of private data of citizens.



Dan Brown never ceases to create a thrilling adventure exploring the best cities in the world and playing mind games of puzzles and conspiracy!

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