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Writing Tip of the Day 5-9-18 (Douglas Preston & Lincoln Child)

“Develop the habit of ruthless self-criticism. Your first (or tenth) draft is not your precious child. Murder it. Savage it. It is nothing more than inert clay: a thing to be scrutinized, questioned, kneaded, chopped up, pounded, rearranged, and, if necessary, thrown away. 40 more words

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Book Review: The Obsidian Chamber by Preston & Child

The Obsidian Chamber by Douglas Preston
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

5 stars.

Number 16 in the Pendergast series.

Though this is set in current day, the characters and world are quite developed. 22 more words

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A Nightmare at the Museum: A Review of Douglas Preston and Lincoln Child's Relic

Relic is a thriller novel by Douglas Preston and Lincoln Child that centers around the New York City’s American Museum of Natural History as some sort of monster begins murdering people in the museum. 490 more words

Beyond The Ice Limit (Book Review)

INTRODUCTION

Welcome to my review of this recent book by the team of Douglas Preston and Lincoln Child. As so often with books reviewed here I found it courtesy of a library (in this case Fakenham library, which is a couple of minutes walk from where I work). 978 more words

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Evil Lurks in Every Corner of the 'City Of Endless Night' [REVIEW]

A billionaire’s daughter is missing. The police know she will turn up eventually. But when they do find her, it isn’t how they hoped. The truth is a lot more grisly. 597 more words

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When headless corpses start turning up all over the Big Apple, the city goes into a panic. Will Special Agent Pendergast be able to solve the biggest case of his career before the death toll climbs even higher? Find out in Preston & Child's unforgettable new thriller, CITY OF ENDLESS NIGHT.

Evil Lurks in Every Corner of the 'City Of Endless Night' [REVIEW]

A billionaire’s daughter is missing. The police know she will turn up eventually. But when they do find her, it isn’t how they hoped. The truth is a lot more grisly. 597 more words

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