Douglas Preston & Lincoln Child’s Two Graves – Pendergast 12 (Helen Trilogy 3)

Pendergast runs after those who’ve kidnapped his wife. Shortly afterwards, a killer starts stalking New York hotels. Unbeknownst to those investigating, the same organization is behind both the kidnapping and the murders.

This book was quite difficult to get through. There were too many storylines. One was Corrie trying to clear her father’s name. The other was Constance proving she wasn’t crazy. Both of these storylines could’ve been sent out much like ‘Extraction’ was. They were all tied up, so there were no loose ends at the end, it was just aggravating to want to know what’s going on with Pendergast’s story, and running into either Corrie’s or Constance’s story.

My favorite part of the book was when D’Agosta finally gets around to proposing to Hayward.

The ending was quite a close second. I hope you enjoy the book as much as I did.


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