2013/04/05

AudioFiles: Stone Cold by David Baldacci

Stone Cold (Camel Club, #3)Title: Stone Cold
Author:David Baldacci
Genre: Political Thriller
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Oliver Stone, the leader of the mysterious group that calls itself the Camel Club, is both feared and respected by those who've crossed his path. Keeping a vigilant watch over our leaders in Washington D.C., the Camel Club has won over some allies,
but it has also earned formidable enemies-including those in power who will do
anything to prevent Stone and his friends from uncovering the hidden, secret
work of the government.


One by one, men from Stone's shadowy past are turning up dead. Behind this slaughter stands one man: Harry Finn. To almost all who know him, Finn is a doting father and loving husband who uses his skills behind the scenes to keep our nation safe. But the other face of Harry Finn is that of an unstoppable killer who inevitably sets his lethal bull's-eye on Oliver Stone. And with Finn, Stone may well have met his match
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Summary

The more I read or listen to Baldacci to more I cannot stop. Just think the only read that I picked up the first book in the series was because of the presidential election. I was in a mood for a political thriller. After that book was roped in. So anyways about the book.

In one plot we find Oliver Stone, who went by the name of, John Carr, as a former CIA assassin, comes to grips with a terrible mistake that he made years ago.It was due to the good 'ole US government that he was taking order from. He had terminated an innocent man who was falsely identified as a traitor. While Stone uncovers the mystery behind this mistake, he finds himself entangled in the lives of the dead man's family. Once he finds out that this family is to be terminated by the same man who ordered the execution of the father years ago, he must act quickly to prevent another injustice from being performed.

There are other plots, other characters that if covered it would only spoil the book for you. There were some disappointments in book as well as parts think that certain characters had it coming to them. Good old karma.



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