From two New York Times bestselling authors comes this engrossing novel: When an ancient meteorite is discovered in Chile, museum owner Palmer Lloyd leads an impossible mission to excavate the rock — but his actions may lead to untold disaster. “A big-boned thriller” (Publishers Weekly).
What the heck is that supposed to mean? I mean I have enjoyed the handful of Preston & Child books I've listened to thus far and consider myself a fan of at least the one series I delved into, but describing any of their books as "a big-boned thriller" just has me scratching my head.
Anyone else ever encounter unusual phrasing regarding any book? Historical fiction or otherwise.