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Lincoln Child
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"He inserted the letter beneath the lid of the crate." Introduction, Chap. 1, p. 7

"But as he walked closer, he saw that the carcass was wearing a khaki shirt." Introduction, Chap. 1, pg. 10

"'Image is everything today,' Kawakita went on. 'Pure science alone doesn't get the grants anymore.'" Part 1, Chap. 4, p. 26

"The New York Museum of Natural History consisted not of a single building, but several large buildings, connected over the years to form one sprawling, rambling structure." Part 1, Chap. 9, pp. 51-52

"Lewis Turow stood in the window and watched an enormous barge, piled with garbage and surrounded by countless seagulls, being pushed out to sea. Probably one minute's worth of New York City garbage, he thought." Part 1, Chap. 17, p. 101

"Later, the Museum switchboard would tabulate the number of creature-related calls it received that day: 107, including crank messages, bomb threats, and offers of assistance from exterminators to spiritualists...

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