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* ''City of Endless Night'' - 2018


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* SharedUniverse: All of the duo's non-Pendergast novels take place in the same universe as the main series. The Gideon Crews series takes place in it as well.

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* SharedUniverse: All of the duo's non-Pendergast novels take place in the same universe as the main series. series (with the possible exception of ''Riptide''). The Gideon Crews Crew series takes place in it as well.


'''Other Novels'''
* ''Literature/{{Jennie}}'' - 1994

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'''Other Novels'''
* ''Literature/{{Jennie}}'' - 1994
'''[[SharedUniverse Novels in the Same Universe]]'''



* ''{{Literature/Riptide}}'' - 1998



* ''Literature/TyrannosaurCanyon'' - 2003

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* The Gideon Crew Series:
** ''Gideon's Sword'' - 2011
** ''Gideon's Corpse'' - 2012
** ''The Lost Island'' - 2014
** ''Beyond the Ice Limit'' - 2016

'''Other Novels'''
* ''Literature/{{Jennie}}'' - 1994
* ''{{Literature/Riptide}}'' - 1998
* ''Literature/TyrannosaurCanyon'' - 20032005


* ''Crimson Shore'' - 2015

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* ''Crimson Shore'' ''Literature/CrimsonShore'' - 2015

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* CrossOver: The short story "Gaslighted" pits Pendergast against [[Literature/{{Goosebumps}} Slappy the Dummy]].



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* ''The Obsidian Chamber'' - 2016


* ''Literature/Blue Labyrinth'' - 2014

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* ''Literature/Blue Labyrinth'' ''Literature/BlueLabyrinth'' - 2014


* ''Blue Labyrinth'' - 2014

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* ''Blue ''Literature/Blue Labyrinth'' - 2014



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* ''Crimson Shore'' - 2015


Catch-all tag for a series of novels by authors Douglas Preston and Lincoln Child, most of which feature FBI Special Agent Aloysius X.L. Pendergast. The novels tend to feature a mix of the police procedural, horror, and thriller genres. More often than not, the stories involve events that seem supernatural, but are eventually show to have a rational (if somewhat far-fetched) explanation.

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Catch-all tag for a series of novels by authors Douglas Preston and Lincoln Child, most of which feature FBI Special Agent Aloysius X.L. Pendergast. The novels tend to feature a mix of the police procedural, horror, and thriller genres. More often than not, the stories involve events that seem supernatural, but are eventually show to have a rational (if somewhat far-fetched) explanation.
explanation.[[note]][[HowUnscientific Although the later stories are moving away from this...]][[/note]]


** ''Brimstone'', ''Dance of Death,'' and ''Book of the Dead''. Arguably, ''The Wheel of Darkness'' acts a follow up to the arc.

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** ''Brimstone'', ''Dance of Death,'' and ''Book of the Dead''. Arguably, ''The Wheel of Darkness'' acts as a follow up to the arc.


** ''Brimstone'', ''Dance of Death,'' and ''Book of the Dead''.
** ''Fever Dream'', ''Cold Vengeance'' and ''Two Graves''.

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** ''Brimstone'', ''Dance of Death,'' and ''Book of the Dead''.
Dead''. Arguably, ''The Wheel of Darkness'' acts a follow up to the arc.
** ''Fever Dream'', ''Cold Vengeance'' and ''Two Graves''. Again, there is a follow up in ''Blue Labyrinth''

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** ''Fever Dream'' apparently resolves what happened to Pendergast's wife, even though it ends on a {{Cliffhanger}}. ''Cold Vengeance'' shows that the truth is much more complicated, and ''Two Graves'' is an ImmediateSequel.


* ''White Fire'' - 2013

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* ''White Fire'' ''LIterature/WhiteFire'' - 2013

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