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After witnessing a shocking murder, the Club is slammed headfirst into a plot that threatens the very security of the nation, full of stunning twists, high-stakes intrigue, and global gamesmanship rocketing to the Oval Office and beyond. Soon the Club must join forces with veteran Secret Service agent Alex Ford, who becomes an unwilling participant in one of the most chilling spectacles to ever take place on American soil. It's an event that may well be the catalyst for the long-threatened Armageddon between two different worlds, and all that stands in the way of this apocalypse are five unexpected heroes.
In The Camel Club, best-selling author David Baldacci paints a frighteningly vivid portrait of a world that could be our own very soon, and the few people who have a chance to stop the chaos.
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By Charles Atkinson on 12-03-07
Witty, fun and an excellent thriller
What happens to worn out, disillusioned super spies? I love the idea of a reclusive hero gathering a group of functioning- mentally ill geniuses to work on conspiracy theories. It works especially well in DC. Four crusty bachelors, each with his own remarkable talents and tragic past, deserve to find each other!
I find it believable that the hero, Oliver Stone, would actually know powerful politicians who shared his CIA background. I absolutely fell in love with each member, (charter and honorary members), of the Camel Club. I think it is a "must
listen" for that reason alone.
22 of 22 people found this review helpful
By Hermano on 11-24-05
The Good, Bad, and the So-So
If you have read "Last Man Standing", you might be dissapointed with this one.
The Good: Great Narrator, priceless comedy scene half-way through the book. The Secret Service character was well developed.
The Bad: Author laid on the political message a bit too thick. The dedication to the Secret Service could have been a little more subtle.
The So-So: Many of the characters we just not believable. The dialogue between the 4 guys in their golden years was weak.
27 of 28 people found this review helpful