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So many characters and not really a fan of the Camel Club actually....bringing non-govt people into a classified investigation? Whatever! I do like Oliver Stone's character though!
After reading a quarter of the book, and waiting for the fast-paced suspense to develop, I tired of the repetitious reminiscing and lack of plot that I gave up on this David Baldacci novel. The character is worn out. This book gets half a star which is disappointing as some of his other novels are quite good.
I love the camel club! Lets start one everyone lol Just a great read, tightly plotted,seems i met with some old friends in the camel club, what a superb read!
I have read and enjoyed several David Baldacci books. This book was terrible. I kept hoping it would improve and it never did, right to the end.
It's attempt to be a mystery was ridiculous. In my opinion, a good mystery ought be believable. The events lacked a common thread and the conclusions reached by the hero made no sense or logic. I could not recommend it.
Hell’s Corner --- by David Baldacci. I don’t usually tear through a book as fast as I did this one. Baldacci knows how to play with the reader. There are lots of false clues and starts and the plot has as many twists and turns as a tailpipe on an old jalopy. If you want suspense and a fast-paced novel, this is it.
finally a book with a hero that can be appreciated by older readers. long live the camel club!
A good read about a retired spy who is recruited again and finds himself involved in an explosion in a park nr. the White House.
From the author who brought you Absolute Power ... Saving Faith ... and many other best sellers. A couple of excessive twist and turns in plots made me dizzy. But a good read nontheless about the latest adventure of an aging Oliver Stone of the Camel Club.
A bit long with complicated plots. Still, a good read if you enjoy conspiracy adventures. 7 of 10 stars
Poor John Carr, the government just can't leave him alone.
Everyone seems to have a hidden agenda. Luckily, he has the Camel Club to rely on as it takes til the last few pages to learn true identities & motives.
Another winner in this series that never disappoints.