Agent Pendergast to Return in Preston & Child’s ‘Verses for the Dead’ – The Real Book SpyThe Pendergast series by Douglas Preston is a series of techno thriller short stories. Some of the novels are horror novels while others are simply just thrillers. Pendergast series are co-authored by Lincoln Child. The character of the FBI Special Agent Aloysius Pendergast evolves through the series to match the various situations he finds himself in. Their first book is the Relic. The techno thriller is about the possibilities inherited from genetic manipulation in connection to human history. The relic is about a series of murders that occur in a museum related to issues before the Superstition of a spectacular blockbuster exhibition that will feature Mbwun, which is a lizard God from the Brazilian mythology.
Crooked River: A Pendergast Novel
For me, I know better than to believe that everyone reacts as I do. Post was not sent - check your email addresses. Douglas Preston and Lincoln Child. All of these books have been jointly written by Douglas Preston and Lincoln Child.You are in for a fantastic time. The story was good, and this skeleton may be only the first hint of an ancient transgression. Pendergast and Constance soon learn that Exmouth is a town with a very dark and troubled history, but I may just be a little over Pendergast. Every 2 weeks we send out an e-mail with Book Recommendations.
While not strictly a series, the books share characters and events, I enjoyed this Pendergast book. Ellen Jefferies. I just finished the last of the 19 books including the short stories which I could only get from an audible source! Prestkn nearly always.
Pendergadt guess she thought I needed a change. One a top FBI agent. Agent Pendergast is smooth talking in the book and urbane. The book was Crimson Shore.
He first appeared as a supporting character in their first novel, Relic , and in its sequel Reliquary , before assuming the protagonist role in The Cabinet of Curiosities. He works out of the New Orleans, Louisiana branch of the FBI, but frequently travels out of state to investigate cases which interest him, often those appearing to be the work of serial killers.
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Crimson Shore (Pendergast #15)
This is pretty simple. If you like the Pendergast series, you will definitely like Crimson Shore. For the people who are thinking about reading this series, let me tell you what it is like. He is eccentric to say the least, but he has a fascinating strangeness about him. There is something about this series that reminds me of Sherlock Holmes. They both are very meticulous and see things that other detectives miss.