This is truly a great listen from start to finish. There are new characters and old ones that come back into the story which is great. Very engaging book which keeps you on your toes. Great great listen. One of the best of the Mitch series.
A truly great book. Just when you think that the hero is cornered and about to be neutralized, he comes out of it bruised but alive. A must read as a follow throw two the 2 preceding books in the series.
The story is good with characters that you route for. It is very entertaining. Good listen.
I love it when an author can present a far-fetched story that provides such entertainment that we willingly suspend disbelief for the fun of the ride. Although Baldacci may have fetched afar for this plot, he keeps us gladly reading. I think he must have a knack, because normally when unskilled authors try that trick, I go, "Oh, please!" But, in this case, when presented with the prospect of a former C.I.A. assassin reduced to willing poverty and anonymous, underground activism, I go, "Yeah? Tell me more!" We keep rooting for this rag-tag band of aging misfits -- the eponymous Camel Club -- all the way through the book, as they uncover the truth. Plus, this story provides us some scary insights into how our government (probably any government) works, and how decisions are made behind the scenes. By the time we see the news in the media, we can forget about any grain of truth concealed therein.