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Hell's Corner (Camel Club Series) Hardcover – Large Print, November 9, 2010
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But before Stone can do his work for the President a bomb goes off across the street from the White House creating the scenario where conclusions are drawn, angles are worked and assumptions made. While everyone is running to the right the masterminds are veering to the left and keeping everyone off balance including all the alphabet agencies in Washington, DC. Stone is drafted back into the service of the government with the promise that all past indiscretions would be erased yet the problem for Stone is that his sins have been of such huge proportion he is not sure this is a statement based in fact. But Stone finds himself partnered with an MI6 agent who is as cunning as he is and keeps up even while running after him. The Camel Club goes from upset at being turned away to forcing its way into the investigation and from that moment on the determination to capture the criminal and figure out what is really going on grows to a proportion even Stone can't control.
But the agency he is now working for is throwing him off with smoke and mirrors, bodies are piling up, misconceptions abound and everyone becomes a suspect.Read more ›
When Stone awakes from getting knocked out, he's got a new mission: find out who was behind the attack at Hell's Corner. He teams up with a Brit and gets help from his Camel Club peeps as he investigates first a Mexican drug cartel, then the Russians. During the investigation, one government bureaucracy after another gets in the way.
If you like "Gods", which has a better premise, you'll like Hell's Corner. It's got political commentary, action, and it's well-written (better than Baldacci's earlier works).
Missing is the personality development and the interactions between the various members of the club, which made Baldacci's other novels so entertaining.
If you are a fan of the Camel Club books, you will have to read this one, just so you will know where all of the characters are starting from in the next novel - but, rest assured, this will not turn out as one of your favorites.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I think this was the best of the Camel Club series. So many twist, turns and dead ends. I highly recommend it.Published 3 days ago by B. Bengtsson
I had read all the previous Camel Club series which I enjoyed but this final book somehow didnt hold me as the others did. It seemed a bit disjointed.Published 10 days ago by Amazon Customer
Just when you think you have it all figured out, Baldacci throws you another curve. This is one of those books you just can't put down!Published 10 days ago by farrowartist
If you are a fan of Camel Club you will be disappointed. If this is your first Oliver Stone book, you will be confused. Read morePublished 11 days ago by Ira B. Korman
Like the camel club and their leader john cart/Oliver stone...glad they were not dead as it looked like they
Were. Read more
One of the many David Baldacci stories that have kept me up at nigh reading!Published 13 days ago by Amazon Customer