Dance of Death Free Audiobook Download by Lincoln Child,Douglas Preston

Lincoln Child Douglas Preston is an American writer and producer of novels, short stories and television movies. In the audiobook Dance of Death, Lincoln Child narrates a story of a college professor who has a rare condition that makes it impossible for him to die. It is his mission to find out why he's immortal. The audiobook Dance of Death by Lincoln Child narrated by Scott Brick was published by Brilliance Audio in June 2010.

The Dance of Death is a short story, but it is a masterpiece. I was hooked from the first paragraph and the narration by Scott Brick made it all the more better.

5 weeks after the murder of the Realtor's wife, Kate sees a young woman dancing in a park. She can't get her features or even her name out of her head and decides to investigate by taking a job as an art restorer at one of the galleries owned by her friend from college. It turns out that the painting is a crash course on murderers' minds and for Kate someone she knows is next.

A mind-bending thriller about the murder of a virtuoso violinist and his discovery of a breathtakingly beautiful piece of music crafted for him personally by his killer.

There is a terrifyingly accurate piece of work in Lincoln Child's Dance of Death. It is not just an exciting book, it's also one that reflects the strength of intelligence and the power of imagination.

The Dance of Death is a mystery/suspense novel about a cryptographer and his family who go on vacation to the small town of Kingsley, Iowa. They soon find that the whole town seems to be suffering from a bizarre type of Alzheimer's that causes people to lose skills and memory. The main character tries to figure out what is going on and protect his family while the disease spreads.

Published Date 2012-10-23
Duration 17 hours 0 minutes
Author Lincoln Child, Douglas Preston
Narrated Scott Brick
(48 Reviews)
Abridged No
Is It Free? 30-days Free
Category Mystery, Thriller & Horror
Parent Category Suspense

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