Fever Dream

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Grand Central Publishing, May 11, 2010 - Fiction - 416 pages
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Yesterday, Special Agent Pendergast still mourned the loss of his beloved wife, Helen, who died in a tragic accident in Africa twelve years ago.

Today, he discovers she was murdered.

Tomorrow, he will learn her most guarded secrets, leaving him to wonder: Who was the woman I married? Why was she murdered? And, above all . . . Who murdered her?

FEVER DREAM

Revenge is not sweet: It is essential.
 

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Once again, Preston and Child delivered a throughly entertaining Pendergast novel. I think the plot is rather unique, and I love how they weave Audobon into the narrative. It wasn't long after reading the book that I realized how many Audobon prints my mother had hanging in our house - something I'd never realized before. I started to recognize Audobons wherever I'd see them and understand just how talented he is. I even vought a 1st edition Audobon lithograph for my mom.
Anyway I loved this book not just for the incredible story but also for introducing meto Audobon.
 

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The thrillers of Douglas Preston and Lincoln Child "stand head and shoulders above their rivals" (Publishers Weekly). Preston and Child's Relic and The Cabinet of Curiosities were chosen by readers in a National Public Radio poll as being among the one hundred greatest thrillers ever written, and Relic was made into a number-one box office hit movie. They are coauthors of the famed Pendergast series and their recent novels include Fever Dream, Cold Vengeance, Two Graves, and Gideon's Corpse. In addition to his novels, Preston writes about archaeology for the New Yorker and Smithsonian magazines. Lincoln Child is a former book editor who has published five novels of his own, including the huge bestseller Deep Storm.
Readers can sign up for The Pendergast File, a monthly "strangely entertaining note" from the authors, at their website, www.PrestonChild.com. The authors welcome visitors to their alarmingly active Facebook page, where they post regularly.

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