The Cabinet of Dr. Leng by Preston & Child

Aloysius Pendergas, Book 21


Astoundingly, Constance has found a way back to the place of her New York City in the late 1800s. She leaps at the chance to return…although it means leaving the present forever.


Constance sets off on a quest to prevent the events that lead to the deaths of her sister and brother. But along the road to redemption, Manhattan’s most infamous serial killer, Dr. Enoch Leng, lies in wait, ready to strike at the slightest provocation.


Meanwhile, in contemporary New York, Pendergast feverishly searches for a way to reunite with Constance—but will he discover a way back to her before it’s too late?

Review: Constance has returned to the past. She wants to save her family and stop Dr. Leng. Easy, isn’t it, for someone who’s been through it all? And yet…

Pendergast has been wandering like a lost soul since Constance left. He knows what she’s about to do and would like to help her, but it’s not so easy because of the different eras that separate them. What can he do? But he’s determined to do something.

Constance is looking for her sister and brother, but it’s not that simple. They’re not where she thought they’d be. And then there’s little Constance to consider. But she has a plan! A good plan! She’s going to find them, then kill Leng.

There isn’t really an ending to this book, it’s divided into several parts, and I’m curious to know the outcome of the whole story now!


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