I'm reading Dan Brown's book Digital Fortress. I have come to the conclusion that Dan Brown should get over anagrams. He used anagrams several times in the Da Vinci code, which is fine, but to use them in pretty much every book you write gets to be a bit much.
While I was reading this book, the main villain's name is Tankado. Tankado allegedly has a partner who uses the alias "North Dakota" the main spy couldn't find any references to someone with the alias North Dakota, but could find references to an "N Dakota".
I couldn't help but think, "Wow 'N Dakota' and 'Tankoda' have a lot of letters in common. Could Dan Brown really be that lame?" I asked the girl I'm borrowing the book from if I was right and she said I was. It seems that if you're able to sell 100's of millions of copies of your books, you should several methods of picking aliases for your characters and different methods of giving clues to the reader.
See if you can figure this one out: "DRAB CUSS KNOWN"