"Cold Vengeance" left us all wondering what happened to the rest of the book - it seemed like it was missing at least a few chapters at the end. "Two Graves" picks up right where "Cold Vengeance" left off and answers a lot of questions we've had throughout the whole series. Although I was frustrated, even annoyed, at a few points in the book, overall it was a perfect example of a semi-fantastical Preston/Child thriller and certainly worthy of Pendergast's latest appearance and, as always, I enjoyed being in his company throughout the book. This is a must read for any Pendergast fan!
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