Blue Labyrinth by Douglas Preston and Lincoln Child is a Special Agent Pendergast novel featuring himself with his friend Lt. Vincent D’Agosta and Constance Green, his ward.
We find intrigue immediately as a body is dumped at door step of Pendergast and this is not just any random body but that of his estranged son, Alban. In the process of trying to solve this heinous crime, Agent Pendergast faces the battle of his life caused not by his enemies but by his great-great grandfather Hezekiah Pendergast.
This fast paced action drama takes the reader to the jungles of Brazil, the turquoise mines of California and the American Museum of Natural History in New York City.
The intrigue is everywhere and leads to people in high places in the divisions of the law enforcement offices of New York City.
The book is written by Douglas Preston and Lincoln Child. It is narrated for Hachette Books by Rene Auberjonois. See our review below.
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