The Grail Code 
Codice Graal

Once again there was no warning. I stepped out on the porch and there it was: a little box from Loyola. What language would it be this time?

And the answer is…Italian! Yes, The Grail Code—or rather Codice Graal—is now in print in Italian, so all our friends in Italy can finally know what all the fuss is about.

The Italian blurb on the back of the book aptly describes it as “a cultural, historical, and theological detective story.” It turns out that the Italian word for “detective story” is “detective story.” You know more Italian than you thought you did.

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