Cold Vengeance

Cold Vengeance

Book - 2011
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Seeking revenge after his wife Helen is murdered, Special Agent Pendergast chases the killers from Scotland to New York City and into the bayous of Louisiana and discovers that Helen may have been a collaborator in her own death.
Publisher: New York : Grand Central Pub., ©2011
ISBN: 9780446554985
Branch Call Number: PRESTON
Characteristics: 356 p. ; 24 cm
Additional Contributors: Child, Lincoln


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May 01, 2014

Sadly, I can't say I thought this book was more than just a commercial obligation fulfilled by the authors. It's a continuation of the previous book in the series and unless you've read that one, this one would be very difficult to follow. Moreover, the authors start introducing more and more characters from Pendergast's past until there are too many storylines running in several directions, making your head spin. Not one of their best books

Jan 06, 2012

Coudn't put it first Preston & Child novel - totally fascinating lead character. Can't wait to read another one written by these co-authors.

Oct 15, 2011

Wow--another great read about Pendergast. The guy is phenomenal. Can't wait for next one!!!

Sep 29, 2011

Excellent tome, as usual, from my favourite authors of all time. I've read every single one of their collaborative fiction works and each of their individual books as well. Preston is the slightly better auteur, but they are both exceptionally talented in their field.

There has never been a more cleverly written or complex character as Special Agent Aloysius X. L. Pendergast and there never will be. I hope David and Lincoln continue to churn out Pendergast novels for as long as they are able to write, since we know that Agent Pendergast will live on forever...

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