Published: January 2005
In ER Escober's parody, The Givenchy Code, Da Vinci Code's mysterious anagram 'So Dark The Con Of Man' perversely becomes 'Hookers Con Daft Man'
The murder of a prominent French personality in the fragrance industry jumpstarts this exhilarating code-cracking ride all over Paris and deep into the heart of a religious conspiracy that centers around the real identity of a religious icon. In a spine-tingling blend of electrifying adventure, scholarly intrigue and unforgettable, unpredictable moments, The Givenchy Code gleefully, perversely parodies scenes and pays homage to that brilliantly written ‘other code’ novel, while poking benign fun at the fragrance industry and ultimately conjecturing an out-of-this-world theory that the most venerated relic of them all was indeed not a cup but something far more shockingly extraordinary!
XLibris, Div of Random House