Publish date: October 16th 2012
Publisher: Grand Central Publishing
Pages no: 128
A super creepy New Orleans spin on the Tooth Fairy legend, featuring a young A.X.L. Pendergast? Yes, please!
This is a short Pendergast story from when he was a kid. I often find these short stories that seem to be so popular these days lacking and real depth, they are too short, you hardly get into the story before it is over. This is an exception. This is a good story, very eerie. If you like Agent Pende...
I’m a big fan of the Pendergast novels by Preston & Child. I just finished the 5th book and Pendergast’s character is amazing (as well as the others, of course). I wasn’t even aware of this story until I stumbled upon it looking for some of their other work and I’m glad it caught my attention. I ...
This short story is awesome! I was TERRIFIED! And it was only 35 pages long. These authors have a way of setting a scene so you feel that you are there. Plus I loved seeing Pendergast again. I recommend it highly.
I enjoyed this piece of a tooth fairy who must be appeased by the sacrifice of your newly lost teeth. He gives you not coins in return, yet he lets you keep your life? A solid tale. RECOMMENDED~
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