Reliquary

Reliquary

Book - 1997
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Baker & Taylor
When two skeletons are found off the Manhattan shoreline, museum curator and anthropological expert Margo Green is called in by the police because of her earlier experiences in battling a horrific beast in the museum

Blackwell North Amer
When police divers find two skeletons locked in a bony embrace deep in the mud off the Manhattan shoreline, Natural History Museum curator Margo Green is called in to aid in the investigation. However, she soon learns that she is needed for more than just her anthropological expertise. The authorities also want her for reasons she has been struggling to forget: her experience the prior year, battling a horrific beast loose in the basement corridors of the Museum.
The mystery of the skeletons is deepened by a string of brutal murders. Aided by police lieutenant Vincent D'Agosta, the enigmatic FBI agent Pendergast, and the brilliant scientist Dr. Frock, Margo reluctantly begins tracking down their source. The investigation leads them to deserted warehouses, burned-out laboratories, the underground lairs of homeless "mole people" - and, at last, to the stupendous warren of tunnels, sewers, and galleries that riddle the bedrock far beneath Manhattan, where the ultimate secret of the Museum Beast is at last revealed.

Baker
& Taylor

When two skeletons are found off the Manhattan shoreline, museum curator and anthropological expert Margo Green is called in by the police because of her earlier experiences in battling a horrific beast in the museum. By the best-selling authors of Relic.

Publisher: New York : Forge, 1997
Edition: First edition
ISBN: 9780312860950
0312860951
9780812542837
0812542835
Branch Call Number: FIC Preston, D 100.2 1997
Characteristics: 382 pages ; 25 cm
Additional Contributors: Child, Lincoln

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zinger67
Aug 31, 2015

Even better than Relic. Excellent read. Good thriller and attention holder. I was sorry when it was over.

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rahmmie
Dec 21, 2012

Fun read. Entertaining and fast-faced. Make sure you read the previous book, "Relic," before reading this one so that you understand everything that happens in the plot

teacupfaerie Mar 01, 2011

Museums and monsters are a great pairing. Try working at one late at night. It is totally creepy.

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