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Reviewed by Anne Boling for Readers' Favorite
Oliver Stone is back is back in David Baldacci's newest Camel Club adventure novel, "Hell's Corner." Oliver is called back into service by the President, but on the way to answering that call he is nearly killed in a bombing very close to the White House. Since he was almost one of the casualties, Oliver decides to find out who was nearly able to kill both the President and the British prime minister in this brazen terrorist attack.
The rest of the Camel Club team joins Oliver and the hunt begins. The laundry list of possible conspirators includes the Russians, Mexican Cartels and traitors. Oliver, along with British MI-6 agent Mary Chapman and the Camel Club, are lead astray and beaten to the punch over and over by someone who seems to know their every move. Do they have a "mole" in their midst?
Per usual, David Baldacci creates vivid characters and descriptions that pull you deep into his tale of adventure and political intrigue. With all the twists and turns in this book, it is hard to figure out who is on their side and who isn't. The heightened intrigue of "Hell's Corner" is blended with well crafted drama and plenty of action that will keep you guessing all the way until the end. David Baldacci has done his usual wonderful storytelling job and already has me eagerly awaiting the next Camel Club adventure.