The Da Vinci Code - Chapters 3, 4, 5 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 3, 4, 5 Summary

Robert Langdon is driven by a police officer through the streets of Paris to the Louvre to meet the police captain at the crime scene. At the museum, Langdon is welcomed by Bezu Fache, the Captain of the Central Directorate Judicial Police. Langdon asks if Sauniere really did to himself what he saw in the photographs provided by the officer that picked him up at the hotel. Fache warns that what Langdon has seen so far is just the beginning. The Captain is described as a short, stout man with the gait of an "angry ox." The Captain leads Langdon through the halls of the Louvre and begins asking him questions about his relationship with Sauniere. Langdon tells him that they had never met and that evening they had planned to meet for the first time at Sauniere's request. He says that the two men shared similar...

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