The review even says, This is Crichton in top form. Yes, I understand ‘they’ say Crichton started this before he died and Preston finished it, but–come on. And the Amazon customer reviews reflect this disparity.
Happens with Robert Ludlum, too. They credited 5-6 books to his name–through 2006–though he died in 2001. Readers who don’t track the Obits in their local enewspaper might think they were getting the original.
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