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Stone Cold Audiobook

Stone Cold

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Publisher's Summary

Oliver Stone and the Camel Club are back in their most dangerous adventure yet, a war on two fronts. Casino king Jerry Bagger from The Collectors is hunting Annabelle Conroy, who conned him out of millions. Stone and his colleagues Reuben, Milton, and Caleb marshal all their resources to protect Annabelle. Yet all their skills may not be enough when a deadly new opponent rips off the veneer of Stone's own mysterious past.

Bagger's menace pales next to newcomer Harry Finn's lethality. Seeming a normal family-man, Finn has already killed three men, with more targets to come. When Finn also sets his bulls-eye on Stone, his reason why will be the greatest shock of all, making listeners reconsider their beliefs in good and evil.

As bodies and institutions topple, the story rockets toward a shattering finale that will leave the survivors of this explosive tale changed forever.

Don't miss the first two books in this series: The Camel Club and The Collectors.

©2007 Columbus Rose, Ltd; (P)2007 Hachette Audio

What the Critics Say

"Gripping, chilling and full of surprises." (Publishers Weekly)

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    Lisa Carmel, IN, USA 07-08-08
    Lisa Carmel, IN, USA 07-08-08
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    "Couldn't put it down"

    This is very well written, with colorful characters and lots of action and intrigue. It will keep you engaged and wanting more.

    1 of 1 people found this review helpful
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    Steve Houston, TX, United States 06-11-08
    Steve Houston, TX, United States 06-11-08 Member Since 2007

    Tell us about yourself!

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    "Great Book - better series"

    This was a great follow-up to "The Collectors". I thouroughly enjoyed "The Camel Club" as well. This is a great trilogy and I hope to see further writings about the wonderful Camel Club group. Oliver Stone is a great character and the cast of characters he associates with and their scrapes with danger and excitement are fully fascinating. Great listens and they pass so quickly, even unabridged.

    1 of 1 people found this review helpful
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    Stephen 01-09-08
    Stephen 01-09-08
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    "More Camel Club"

    If you liked the earlier stories involving the Camel Club, you will enjoy this one too. It continues on where the last book ended with Jerry Bagger and adds more twists and turns in another plot line. As usual, the pace is fast and there is a lot going on. The character development is not as deep in previous stores, but adequate for the story.

    It discloses the story of Oliver Stone and fills in many mysteries from previous stoies.

    A good "escape" book if you are looking to be entertained.

    1 of 1 people found this review helpful
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    Stacy 12-19-07
    Stacy 12-19-07 Member Since 2012
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    "3 1/2 out of 5"

    I actually give this book a 3.5 out of 5 because of the dialogue. In the early part of the book, I almost sacked it because I thought the dialogue was kind of cheesy and contrived. I eventually kind of got over it and it turned out pretty decent. I say I "kind of got over it" because, obviously from this review, I never "really" got over it. Again, it was a good book as long as you can get by some of the dialogue.

    1 of 1 people found this review helpful
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    Daniel Mcafee Texas USA 12-12-07
    Daniel Mcafee Texas USA 12-12-07 Member Since 2014

    danmc

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    "Don't Understand the Glowing Reviews"

    I was also disappointed with this book. I can't find any valid reason for anyone giving this book a 5-star rating!

    The Positives: There is a decent plot and several story lines here that are interesting and very creative.

    The Negatives: The dialogue is so campy and cliche' it's hard to listen to at times.

    This is my second Baldacci novel. I first listened to "Simple Genius". It was not very good. The story absolutely falls apart, so I was reluctant to try another.

    This one had such good reviews, I figured Simple Genius was possibly a bad-apple in a potentially good basket.

    The story holds together this time, but Baldacci simply cannot write intelligent, interesting dialogue - it's painful.

    It wasn't a total waste of time, but I'd have to recommmend passing on this one unless you absolutely love Baldacci.

    1 of 1 people found this review helpful
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    Fran B Nashville, TN 12-12-07
    Fran B Nashville, TN 12-12-07
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    "Murder suspense good and evil"

    Absolutly the best novel I have ever read. I highly recommend to all. I think the target market is 25 to 75 year old males but I beleive women will also enjoy. Class all the way. Should be a classic, it really is that good.

    1 of 1 people found this review helpful
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    Howard Carmichael 12-12-07 Member Since 2006
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    "Best Camel Club yet"

    Wow! What a fun listen. Could hardly stop, but had to to work and sleep! I think that this is the best Camel Club book yet. But where is Oliver?

    1 of 1 people found this review helpful
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    Brad Cook 11-29-07
    Brad Cook 11-29-07 Member Since 2006
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    "Great"

    This book is in line with all of his books, great. A must read!

    3 of 4 people found this review helpful
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    Jerret Crockett, VA, USA 11-18-07
    Jerret Crockett, VA, USA 11-18-07 Member Since 2004
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    "so so"

    This turned out to be my least favorite of the Camel Club series. Don't get me wrong, it was okay but the two plot lines seemed sort of forced at the end. As if Baldacci felt like he'd painted himself into a corner and he needed to find a neat way out. Also, I didn't come away caring as much about the characters as I did in the previous two novels. It seemed like Baldacci phoned this one in. If there's another Camel Club novel up Baldacci's sleeve let's hope he gives it a better effort.

    The narration was top notch. McClarty did a fantastic job with the voice inflections of the characters.

    Overall I don't feel like I wasted my time listening to this novel but I do feel a little let down. Baldacci can do so much better.

    1 of 1 people found this review helpful
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    Mark R. Philips, M.D. 12-11-07 Member Since 2012
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    "Don't Bother"

    I was disappointed. The story was predictable and formulaic. The characters were one dimensional stereotypes with the depth of a cartoon. Although I understand the requirement for suspension of disbelief as it applies to a thriller, Baldacci goes too far with his septuagenarian hero tuning into a twenty something killing machine at will.

    4 of 6 people found this review helpful
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    Hunstanton, Norfolk, United Kingdom
    7/19/08
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    "well worth persevering"

    as with many David Baldacci novels can be difficult to get into at first - but very good once you let go and listen - well thought out and brought together

    2 of 2 people found this review helpful

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