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Cemetery Dance: An Agent Pendergast Novel

Douglas Preston Lincoln Child

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Orion
01 July 2010
Fiction & Literature; Thriller & suspense; Horror & ghost stories; Detective Horror; Voodoo
FBI Special Agent Aloysius Pendergast - recently returned to New York - and Lieutenant Vincent D'Agosta find themselves investigating the murder of a friend when reporter William Smithback and his wife Nora are brutally attacked in their apartment. The assailant is identified by eyewitnesses as their strange, sinister neighbour - a man who, by all accounts, died ten days earlier.

Shunning the official inquiry, Pendergast and D'Agosta undertake their own private - and unorthodox - quest for the truth. Their journey takes them deep into the dark and mysterious underbelly of Manhattan, to a secretive, reclusive cult of Obeah and voodoo which no outsiders have ever survived...
By:   Douglas Preston, Lincoln Child
Imprint:   Orion
Country of Publication:   United Kingdom
Dimensions:   Height: 203mm,  Width: 183mm,  Spine: 34mm
Weight:   354g
ISBN:   9780752884189
ISBN 10:   0752884182
Series:   Agent Pendergast
Pages:   512
Publication Date:   01 July 2010
Audience:   General/trade ,  ELT Advanced
Format:   Paperback
Publisher's Status:   Active

Douglas Preston and Lincoln Child are the co-authors of a string of bestselling suspense novels, including the Agent Pendergast adventures. Their solo careers also continue to flourish. Douglas Preston lives on the coast of Maine, while Lincoln Child lives in New Jersey.

Reviews for Cemetery Dance: An Agent Pendergast Novel

A blockbuster...a lot of fun. - Washington Post. Bestsellers Preston and Child have come up with another gripping, action-packed page-turner. - Publishers Weekly. Dynamic duo Preston and Child once again demonstrate their mastery of the genre...The thrillfest runs full force to the very last page. - Kirkus Reviews. A highly compelling thriller...Preston and Child prove that the devil is indeed in the details. - Entertainment Weekly.


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