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In the Louvre a monk of Opus Dei named Silas apprehends Jacques Sauniere the museums curator and demands to know where the Holy Grail is After Sauniere tells him Silas shoots him and leaves him to die However Sauniere has lied to Silas about the Grails location Realizing that he has only a few minutes to live and that he must pass on his important secret Sauniere paints a pentacle on his stomach with his own blood draws a circle with his blood and drags himself into the center of the circle re-creating the position of Da Vincis Vitruvian Man He also leaves a code a line of numbers and two lines of text on the ground in invisible ink A police detective Jerome Collet calls Robert Langdon the storys protagonist and a professor of symbology and asks him to come to the Louvre to try to interpret the scene Langdon does not yet realize that he himself is suspected of the murder After murdering Sauniere Silas calls the Teacher and tells him that according to Sauniere the keystone is in the Church of Saint-Suplice in Paris The Teacher sends Silas there Silas follows Saunieres clues to the keystones location and discovers that he has been tricked In a fit of rage he kills Sister Sandrine Bieil the churchs keeper and a sentry for the Priory of Sion At the Louvre Langdon meets Jerome Collet and Bezu Fache the police captain and realizes that the two policemen suspect him of the murder Sophie Neveu an agent of the department of cryptology and Saunieres granddaughter arrives at the crime scene and tells Langdon that he must call the embassy When Langdon calls the number Sophie gave him he reaches her answering service The message warns Langdon that he is in danger and should meet Sophie in the bathroom at the Louvre In the bathroom Sophie shows Langdon that Fache is noting his movements with a tracking
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