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Dan Brown's 'Inferno' tops USA Todays Top 100 books of 2013

Posted at 6:00PM Thursday 16 Jan 2014

For the third time since 2004, Dan Brown has written the best-selling book of the year.

Brown's Inferno, a modern-day thriller built on clues from The Inferno, Dante's 14th-century poem about hell, topped sales in 2013. That's based on data from USA TODAY's Best-Selling Books list and a compilation of the top 100 best sellers (based on sales from Dec. 31, 2012-Dec. 29, 2013).

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