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The Cabinet of Curiosities Characters & Character Analysis

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Characters

Special Agent Pendergast

Special Agent Pendergast is an FBI agent out of New Orleans. No one knows much about Pendergast, except that he seems to be allowed a great deal of leeway when it comes to investigating crimes. Pendergast appears to have a great deal of money that is illustrated by his lush apartment in the famous Dakota building and a Rolls Royce in which he has driven all over New York City. Pendergast has been featured in a previous Preston-Child book in which he worked with Bill Smithback in tracking a killer at work in the Museum of Natural History in New York City.

In this novel, Pendergast has become interested in the remains of thirty-six bodies found in an ancient coal passage under what was once an old tenement building in New York City. These people were all murdered in the same way, and with the removal...

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