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This story keeps you on the edge of your seat through every twist and turn.
Not to sppoil the plot but this book just seems to attribute too much of the exploits of the protagonists to, what I think , is just too much luck.
The ending is something else, and you will immediately need to go to "The Book of the Dead" and start reading, so buy it now!
Pendergast's refusal to work with any agency is making the plots less believable.Published 12 days ago by R. Shaver
While I am a huge fan of FBI Agent Pendergast and NYC Detective Dagosta, this entry in the continuing book series left me empty. Read morePublished 13 days ago by Jaime Contreras
I've been listening to the audiobooks of the Aloysius Pendergast series. This book nearly caused me to stop listening to the rest of the books. narrated by Scott Brick. Read morePublished 27 days ago by Gary Appenzeller
Yet another very entertaining installment in the Pendergast series! This was the first time I ordered a large print edition and found it so easy to read in lower light and at... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Vincent
havent read yet, am expecting the usual quality of a pendergast talePublished 2 months ago by Samuel L. Auyong