Written By: Lincoln Child, Douglas Preston

Narrated By: Jonathan Marosz

Date: November 2012

Duration: 17 hours 4 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.

Genres:

  • Lindsay P.

    The narrators voice was like nails on a chalkboard. His cadence made it very hard to listen to the book.

  • Mark P.

    Fabulous blend of true history and fiction. The characters are well developed and all contribute so well to various aspects of the story. If you possess any level of imagination, how this story unfolds is truly clever and spooky. Read it by yourself late at night and allow your imagination to immerse into the story! A marvelous read, period.

  • Coral

    Only a museum with more room for erie storage could be the backdrop for a mystery blending past horrow with todays crime fighters Your pulse will get many jolts

  • Mauro D.

    Amazing!!! Just love douglas preston.

  • Elizabeth G.

    No really my cup of tea

  • 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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