#NewRelease: Crimson Shore, by Douglas Preston & Lincoln Child

Today’s a very special day of the year. Today is the release day of another Pendergast novel from Douglas Preston and Lincoln Child.

If you don’t know why that’s special, you may not know how much I LOVE this series. This new release, Crimson Shore, is the 15th book featuring Special Agent A.X.L. Pendergast and one I’ve been eager to read since finishing Blue Labyrinth last year. The wait is over (even though I’ve had an eARC for a little while and only just yesterday found the time to devour it)! Time to read!

P.S. – I’m a third of the way into the book and loving every page so far. Stay tuned for a review in the near future.

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PENDERGAST SERIES #15

Crimson Shore

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A secret chamber.
A mysterious shipwreck.
A murder in the desolate salt marshes.

A seemingly straightforward private case turns out to be much more complicated-and sinister-than Special Agent A.X.L. Pendergast ever could have anticipated.

Pendergast, together with his ward Constance Greene, travels to the quaint seaside village of Exmouth, Massachusetts, to investigate the theft of a priceless wine collection. But inside the wine cellar, they find something considerably more disturbing: a bricked-up niche that once held a crumbling skeleton.

Pendergast and Constance soon learn that Exmouth is a town with a very dark and troubled history, and this skeleton may be only the first hint of an ancient transgression, kept secret all these years. But they will discover that the sins of the past are still very much alive. Local legend holds that during the 1692 witch trials in Salem, the real witches escaped, fleeing north to Exmouth and settling deep in the surrounding salt marshes, where they continued to practice their wicked arts.

Then, a murdered corpse turns up in the marshes. The only clue is a series of mysterious carvings. Could these demonic symbols bear some relation to the ancient witches’ colony, long believed to be abandoned?

A terrible evil lurks beneath the surface of this sleepy seaside town-one with deep roots in Exmouth’s grim history. And it may be that Constance, with her own troubled past, is the only one who truly comprehends the awful danger that she, Pendergast, and the residents of Exmouth must face . . .

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If you’d like a copy of Blue Labyrinth, you can grab one from:

Amazon | B&N | Kobo

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About the Authors:

Douglas Preston, who worked for several years in the American Museum of Natural History in New York City, is the author of the acclaimed nonfiction works Dinosaurs in the Attic and Cities of Gold, and the novel, Jennie. He lives in Santa Fe, New Mexico.

Lincoln Child is the co-author, with Douglas Preston, of a number of bestselling thrillers including Relic, Riptide and The Ice Limit. Utopia is Lincoln Child’s first solo novel: he is currently at work on his second. He lives with his wife and daughter in Morristown, New Jersey.

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