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Doug Preston and Lincoln Child’s latest Pendergast novel is White Fire, which delves deeply into their hero’s Sherlockian roots and similarities. We talk to Lincoln Child about the confusion readers have with him and Lee Child, of Jack Reacher fame. Paramount has
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options on the Pendergast character, and Lincoln has the perfect actor in mind for the role. Included in White Fire is a Sherlock Holmes short story written by Child, endorsed by the Conan Doyle estate.
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