Hot on the trail of a killer in Manhattan, FBI Special Agent Pendergast must face his most brilliant and dangerous enemy: his own brother.
One a top FBI agent.
The other a brilliant, twisted criminal.
An undying hatred between them.
Now, a perfect crime.
And the ultimate challenge:
Stop me if you can...
APPLE BOOKS REVIEW
Douglas Preston and Lincoln Child’s Aloysius Pendergast novels are a unique blend of crime thriller and stylish adventure—and Dance of Death is one of their wildest. In this story, the eccentric FBI agent and his trusty sidekick, NYPD detective Vincent D’Agosta, trail the criminal genius behind a string of gruesome and bizarre murders that have potentially disastrous consequences. Oh, and other thing: Pendergast is convinced the culprit is his criminally insane brother, Diogenes. Here’s a tip: Read this one in between Brimstone and The Book of the Dead to get the whole story.
The always reliable team of Preston and Child revisit Special FBI
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Dance of Death by Preston & Childs
Another home run by theses two authors, thriller, page turner, cannot put to down kind of book!
Dance of Death
Engaging - engrossing - excellent.
Edge of your seat action
I unintentionally read Book of the Dead first, so a few points and events in that book were a bit mysterious to me, but it by no means overshadowed my enjoyment of reading them, reading them out of order. I finished this book in just a few days, it's very fast paced, and from the start, I was engrossed in the story of Diogenes Pendergast's ultimate crime, and his brother Aloysius' attempts at thwarting him.