As the woman stepped forward, her surroundings vanished, her entire attention focused on the man who watched her approach. Thousands of times she had imagined this moment, spun it out in her mind in all its many variants, always ending with the bitter thought that it could never happen; that it would remain only a dream. And yet here he was. He looked older, but not by much: his alabaster skin, his fine patrician features, his glittering eyes that held her own so intently, awakened a storm of feeling and memory and—even at this time of extreme danger—desire.—Two Graves by Douglas Preston and Lincoln Child (Hachette / Grand Central Publishing, 2012, p. 4)
- Setting: New York City, South America
- Circumstances: a revelation, an abduction, a killer, a chase
- Characters: FBI Special Agent Aloysius Pendergast; his wife, Helen; various agents and thugs
- Genre: thriller
- Miscellaneous: the final book in a trilogy (Fever Dream, Cold Vengeance); avoid reviews, almost every one includes a major spoiler
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