Dance of Death

Dance of Death Review

Two brothers on opposite sides of the law battle it out on the streets of New York in this chill-inducing thriller, a follow-up to BRIMSTONE. — As the previous installment came to a close, vicious dogs and armed men surrounded FBI Special Agent Aloysius Pendergast and his demise seemed certain. Nevertheless, he did leave behind a legacy: a letter for his friend, NYPD Lieutenant Vincent D'Agosta. Its contents ask D'Agosta to assume the responsibility of pursuing Pendergast's younger brother Diogenes, an insane and vengeful genius who has sworn to commit the perfect crime on January 28 -- which is now only one week away.

Title:Dance of Death
Edition Language:English

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  • Matthew

    Keep the Pendergast coming! 5++++++ starsI cannot begin to even explain the goodness that is this book series. The story lines are creative and complex: it’s like watching the world’s most interes...

  • Sean Gibson

    Another Pendergast book, which means you all know what it’s time for: a food metaphor!(Note to those just joining our program: for reasons even I’m hard-pressed to explain, I compared the experien...

  • Dirk Grobbelaar

    The idea of an 'evil genius' Supervillain disappearing from the face of the earth to plot and scheme, and plan the ultimate crime, seems laughable, and stereotypical on so many levels, at first. The f...

  • Ginger

    Another great and exciting adventure with Pendergast and crew! The action was just nonstop in this book.Of course, this one ends with a cliffhanger. Looking forward to getting to the next book in the ...

  • J.K. Grice

    What can I say? Another super offering from the dynamic duo!...

  • Juli

    I have been a fan of Agent Pendergast ever since I read the first novel in this series in 1995 when it was first published. At the time, I remember I enjoyed Relic because Pendergast was awesomely dif...

  • Karl Marberger

    A very good read filled with lots of action and plenty of twists and turns. This one featured the largest ensemble yet of the series’ recurring characters.I particularly like Diogenes’ character a...

  • Emma

    I didn't find this as good as the others in the series. The evil brother story line seemed a bit TOO far fetched to me. Having said that, it was still a good and action packed read. I see the next one...

  • Sabarish waran

    Starting was good, writing was as usual intressting, but the ending got me disappointed by telling something very big crime Is going to happen and its another theft. Rather then making a perfect endin...

  • Terry

    Another great Pendergast book by Preston/Child! I’ll try for a longer review shortly. Can’t wait to read the next one, and last in the Diogenes trilogy. ...