Today's Indy reports thus on Dan Brown's High Court case:
Dan Brown would have struggled to come up with a tale more filled with pseudo-historical intrigue and claims of treachery than the one revealed in Court 61 of the High Court yesterday.
Presumably that would be because he would have no-one to plagiarise it from. Lewis Perdue contacted this blog a while back to draw attention to his legal complaint against Brown having read the "Council Minutes" entry.
Details of his case can be found here.