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Dance of Death reader À 0 pages ☆ Douglas Preston ☆ [Reading] ➷ Dance of Death Author Douglas Preston – Insolpro.co.uk Following the New York Times bestselling Brimstone Preston's and Child's DANCE OF DEATH pits Agent Pendergast–praised by Publisher's Weekly as a ruthless descendant of Holmes–againstHim are viciously murdered and he is framed Pendergast becomes a fugitive trusting only his old friend NYPD Lieutenant Vincent D'Agos This second book of a trilogy is very goodA series of bizarre murders puts Agent Pendergast on the case It turns out his own brother a sick twisted criminal genius is up to something He's killing people Pendergast knows in spectacular ways What is he really up to besides punishing Pendergast?A real page turner very exciting

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Weekly as a ruthless descendant of Holmes–against his most personal and dangerous foe yet his brother Diogenes When people close to Another great and exciting adventure with Pendergast and crew The action was just nonstop in this bookOf course this one ends with a cliffhanger Looking forward to getting to the next book in the Diogenes series

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Dance of DeathFollowing the New York Times bestselling Brimstone Preston's and Child's DANCE OF DEATH pits Agent Pendergast–praised by Publisher's Keep the Pendergast coming 5 starsI cannot begin to even explain the goodness that is this book series The story lines are creative and complex it’s like watching the world’s most interesting puzzle being put together every time I read one of these I am tempted to plow right through the whole series right now but then I won’t have any leftIf you like action mysteries and you have not read any of these books you are doing yourself a disservice Be sure to read them in order though There is NO WAY you could fully enjoy this book if you do not have the full story from the previous entries I fully expect all of you to immediately upon finishing reading this review to go out and get a copy of Relic