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The Cabinet of Curiosities: A Novel

Unabridged Audiobook

Written By: Lincoln Child, Douglas Preston

Narrated By: Jonathan Marosz

Publisher: Hachette Book Group USA

Date: November 2012

Duration: 16 hours 30 minutes

Summary:

In an ancient tunnel underneath New York City a charnel house is discovered.

Inside are thirty-six bodies--all murdered and mutilated more than a century ago.

While FBI agent Pendergast investigates the old crimes, identical killings start to terrorize the city.

The nightmare has begun.

Again.

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  • holly v

    This book grabbed me in the first chapter!! I was surprised at how quickly I finished a 17 hour read.

  • Doreen B

    I'm not sure which novel I like better, Still Life with Crows or Cabinet of Curiosities! Great book, I was very entertained! Again, I just love the SA AXL Pendergast stories. Not your everyday, run of the mill , whodunnit. Not every storyline is as perfect as Pendergast himself, but, I read/listen to escape and what an escape it is!!!! Preston and Child do so much research to get just the right wordage, just the right tone. I will continue with this series as long as they (P. and C. ) do!!!!

  • Kristina Misic

    Book was good, narrator is okay. There is a glitch in the recording where every once in a while a few sentences get repeated. It happened about 10 times at least in the book.

  • sarah

    This is one of the best audio recordings I have listened too. Preston and Child certainly can built the suspense. Jonthan Marosz is a dyanimic reader who can built the suspense by voice inflection. I highly recommend this one t o anyone who likes suspense.

  • Heather Payne

    This story wasn't bad. I prefer a little more scare factor. Still a good listen. Great narrative.

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