Cemetery Dance - Douglas Preston & Lincoln Child

Cemetery Dance

By Douglas Preston & Lincoln Child

  • Release Date - Published: 2009-05-12
  • Book Genre: Mysteries & Thrillers
  • Author: Douglas Preston & Lincoln Child
Our rating: 5/5 stars

4.5 Score: 4.5 (From 164 Ratings)

Cemetery Dance Douglas Preston & Lincoln Child read online review & book description:

Pendergast--the world's most enigmatic FBI Special Agent--returns to to investigate a murderous cult.

William Smithback, a New York Times reporter, and his wife Nora Kelly, a of archaeologist, are brutally attacked in their apartment on 's . Eyewitnesses claim, and the security camera confirms, that the assailant was their strange, sinister neighbor--a man who, by all reports, was already dead and buried weeks earlier. While Captain Laura Hayward leads the official investigation, Pendergast and Lieutenant Vincent D'Agosta undertake their own private--and decidedly unorthodox--quest for the truth. Their serpentine journey takes them to an enclave of they never imagined could exist: a secretive, reclusive cult of Obeah and vodou which no outsiders have ever survived.

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Posted Reviews

  • Love it

    5
    By jman13!
    Never really cared to find a good book until my friend told me this book is good. So I read the first few chapters and kept trying to guess what happened next so I highly recommend this book!!! Loved it! Surprising twists and turns too!
  • Cemetery dance

    5
    By wisconsin_teri
    This book one one of my favorites. I was very pleased with the story line and the way the book just kept you wondering what was on the next page. I had a hard time pitying it down
  • Another great Pendergast novel

    5
    By Lhridley
    Excellent read! A great choice for my first iPad purchase.
  • Down-right great; sad.

    5
    By rob:-)
    This story was fun to read and kept me guessing the whole way through. It's the first to leave a slight empty feeling in my body, and definitely marks the end of an era for Smithback and Kelly.

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