The Book of the Dead – Douglas Preston

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The Book of the Dead – Douglas Preston


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Title: The Book of the Dead
Author: Preston, Douglas, Child, Lincoln
Language: English
Subjects: Fiction, Thrillers
ISBN: 0446576980
Total pages: N/A

Description: A brilliant FBI agent, rotting away in a high security prison for a murder he did not commit.

His brilliant, psychotic brother, about to perpetrate a horrific crime.

A young woman with an extraordinary past, on the edge of a violent breakdown.

An ancient Egyptian tomb about to be unveiled at a celebrity-studded New York gala, an enigmatic curse released.

Memento Mori

From Publishers Weekly
Bestsellers Preston and Child have come up with another gripping, action-packed page-turner in this concluding volume to a trilogy pitting their Holmesian hero, FBI agent Aloysius Pendergast, against his Mycroft-turned-Moriarty-his younger brother, Diogenes. Picking up shortly after the events of 2005’s Dance of Death, the book opens with the arrival of a package of fine dust at the Museum of Natural History; Diogenes has returned the diamonds he stole earlier. Meanwhile, Aloysius is in prison, having been framed for a number of murders. As his friends plot to spring him, his adversary lays the groundwork for a crowning criminal achievement. A mysterious benefactor funds the restoration of an ancient Egyptian tomb at the museum, but the work is beset by the mayhem Preston and Child’s readers have come to expect-gory murders and suggestions of the supernatural. This entry, tying up many loose ends from its predecessors, is less likely to work as well for first-time readers, but followers of Aloysius Pendergast’s previous exploits will find it a satisfying read with a tantalizing, ominous twist at the end. 10-city author tour. (June)
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James Gale’s gravelly voice is ideal for the cinder-lunged Rebus, and he manages somehow to lubricate out some of the harshness for cleaner living characters. Meanwhile, Gale’s accents are superb , as he handles a spectrum ranging from overweening English toffee-nose to malicious Edinburgh corner boy. All in all, this narration adds another degree of atmosphere to a novel that is already redolent of the city it sprang from.

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