Preston, Douglas and Lincoln Child. A cabinent of curiousities. New York: Warner, 2003. 656pp.
What can I say about a book dedicated to "all the professors, teachers and librarians" in the authors' lives? This is the third in a very loosely connected series starting with Relic, follwed by Reliquary. Those were both terrific thrillers, especially the first, and this is no exception. Perfect mind-candy for a trip to the beach (or in my case, a trip to the conference in Quebec City) where some light reading is called for. Much derring-do, much scullduggery, much deep research in archives and libraries, much mysterious murder and mayhem.