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Fever Dream ( CD)

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Format:  CD
ISBN-10: 1607881942
ISBN-13: 9781607881940
Sku: 212943691
Publish Date: 5/11/2010
Pages:  8
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Agent Pendergast faces his most personal case yet--the murder of his wife Helen--in the latest shocking thriller from the blockbuster "New York Times"-bestselling team of Child and Preston.
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Going through his recently deceased wife's possessions, FBI agent Aloysius Pendergast discovers that the gun that was supposed to protect Helen during their African big-game hunting trip had been fatally loaded with blanks. It had seemed an accident, but now Pendergast is certain Helen's death had been planned by someone with a sinister connection to her past. Douglas Preston and Lincoln Child have been collaboratively penning Pendergast adventures since he was introduced in their second book RELIQUARY. With FEVER DREAM, the authors explore a personal side of their hero, as he, in order get to the bottom of her mysterious death, must rediscover who his wife truly was.

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"Once again, the bestselling authors show they have few peers at creating taut scenes of suspense. Their restraint in the book's early sections make the payoffs all the more compelling." (starred review) 03/08/2010

"This may be the best of the Pendergast novels, if nor no other reason than we are permitted to see the man beneath the cold, steely exterior. For fans of the earlier novels, a definite must-read." (starred review) - David Pitt 04/01/2010

"Stylish, dark and tense." 04/01/2010

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