Dan Brown's The Da Vinci Code in 10 Lines

Murder at the Louvre - Harvard symbologist Robert Langdon stumbles upon the body of Louvre curator Jacques Saunière, encoded with cryptic symbols.

Teaming up with Sophie:  Saunière's granddaughter, cryptologist Sophie Neveu, joins forces with Langdon to decipher the clues, unaware she's the key.

Trail of hidden messages:  Their quest takes them through Europe, following a trail of hidden messages embedded in Da Vinci's art, like "The Mona Lisa" and "The Last Supper."

Knights Templar's legacy:  They uncover a secret society, the Priory of Sion, protecting the bloodline of Jesus and Mary Magdalene, guarded by the Knights Templar.

 Opus Dei's pursuit:  Meanwhile, fanatical albino Silas, a member of the Catholic sect Opus Dei, chases them, believing they threaten the Church's secrets.

Codes within codes:  Langdon's knowledge of symbology cracks cryptic ciphers, revealing hidden chambers and passages within historical landmarks.

 The Holy Grail revealed:  The truth dawns - the Holy Grail isn't a physical object, but Mary Magdalene herself, the womb that carried Jesus' lineage.

Climactic chase:  Langdon and Sophie race against time, pursued by Silas, to reach Rosslyn Chapel in Scotland, the final resting place of the bloodline.

Twist in the end:  Sophie discovers she's Jesus and Mary Magdalene's descendant, and Langdon helps her reunite with her long-lost grandmother.

Faith shaken, history questioned:  The novel leaves readers pondering the blurred lines between truth and fiction, shaking the foundations of faith and historical interpretations.