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Oliver Stone and the Camel Club return in #1 bestselling author David Baldacci's most stunning adventure yet.
Oliver Stone is standing in Lafayette Park with his friend and fellow Camel Club member Harry Finn when a bomb detonates and knocks him unconscious. When Stone awakens in the hospital he learns that the British Primes minister might have been target of the bomb blast. Only a last second change in plans saved the man's life.
There were three people in the park that night that shouldn't have been. Stone and Harry Finn are tasked to find out who they are and whether they had any ties to the bombing. The UK sends Mary Chapman, a lethal and experienced MI6 agent, to help Stone and Finn with the investigation. Stone senses that his government is willing to sacrifice him during this investigation and he must watch his back.
As Stone and the Camel Club dig deeper, he realizes that what happened in the park wasn't what it appeared to be. Something might have gone wrong or it might have been merely the catalyst for a much bigger plot, the results of which could be catastrophic.
About The Author
David Baldacci is the author of fifteen previous consecutive New York Times bestsellers. With his books published in over 40 languages in more than 80 countries, and with nearly 70 million copies in print, he is one of the world's favourite storytellers.
Baldacci's implausible fifth Camel Club novel (after Divine Justice) disappoints with cartoonish plotting and characterization. The night after the U.S. president persuades former assassin Oliver Stone (aka John Carr) to re-enter government employment to tackle the growing threat of Russian drug gangs, Stone finds himself in Lafayette Park, across the street from the White House, when gunfire breaks out and a bomb explodes. Apparently, the intended target was the visiting British prime minister, who was scheduled to walk across the park before an ankle injury modified his plans. Taken off his original mission, Stone seeks to identify the forces behind the assassination attempt. Stone's old Camel Club allies involve themselves in his search, which includes the de rigueur mole hunt and the McGuffin of choice these days, a lead on Osama bin Laden's whereabouts. Those who prefer intelligence in their political thrillers will have to look elsewhere. (Nov.)
Hell hath no fury like a retired CIA assassin in pursuit of a terrorist. Baldacci's fifth book in the "Camel Club" series (after Divine Justice) opens with Oliver Stone as a wounded victim of a bombing. The terrorist attack takes place in Lafayette Park in front of what should be the most secure of all American buildings, the White House. The British prime minister was supposed to have visited the park that night, so a debate sparks about who the intended target was. Stone, already pulled back into service by the President, is assigned to work with a British agent, Mary Chapman, to find the terrorist. But as that pair and the rest of the Camel Club delve deeper into the mystery, they find this attack may be only the beginning of a much more insidious and deadly plot. The mastermind behind the attack always seems one step ahead, and it'll take all of Stone's cunning to ferret out the truth from the lies. VERDICT Camel Club fans and thriller aficionados will rejoice at having a new action-packed, conspiracy-laden, politically intriguing mystery to solve. [See Prepub Alert, LJ 7/10.]—Susan O. Moritz, Montgomery Cty. P.L.s., MD
Series: Camel Club Ser.
Published: 27th October 2010
Publisher: Pan Macmillan
Dimensions (cm): 23.4 x 15.4 x 3.4
Weight (kg): 0.588