Dance of Death
By Douglas Preston & Lincoln Child
- Release Date: 2005-06-01
- Genre: Police Procedural
Dance of Death Douglas Preston & Lincoln Child Book Review Score: ★★★★★ 5/5 stars
Hot on the trail of a killer in Manhattan, FBI Special Agent Pendergast must face his most brilliant and dangerous enemy: his own brother.
One a top FBI agent.
The other a brilliant, twisted criminal.
An undying hatred between them.
Now, a perfect crime.
And the ultimate challenge:
Stop me if you can...
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Dance of Death
Engaging - engrossing - excellent.
Edge of your seat action
I unintentionally read Book of the Dead first, so a few points and events in that book were a bit mysterious to me, but it by no means overshadowed my enjoyment of reading them, reading them out of order. I finished this book in just a few days, it's very fast paced, and from the start, I was engrossed in the story of Diogenes Pendergast's ultimate crime, and his brother Aloysius' attempts at thwarting him.
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