For Secret Service agent Alex Ford, the suicide verdict doesn't ring true. His abilities will be tested to the limit during a visit to the president's hometown, where a terrorist cell has spent months plotting an event that will shake the world.
Meanwhile American's powerful intelligence chief, Carter Gray, is unnerved when he glimpses the face of an old acquaintance in Arlington Cemetery - the face of a man supposedly long dead.
And as The Camel Club is poised to expose a conspiracy reaching into the heart of Washington's highly secretive corridors of power, Alex Ford finds out that his worst nightmare is about to come true.
© Columbus Rose, Ltd; (P) Macmillan Publishers Ltd
"Baldacci is a master at building suspense, and the conclusion of his latest novel will leave readers breathless." (Booklist)
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"Found this story Hard Work"
Got fed up towards the end, not a story I would recommend, after reading Hells Corner, I wanted more of the Camel Club but was a bit disappointed.
"They all sound like gangsters"
Alex Jennings has a good voice and may be a fine reader when it comes to British accents, but all of his Americans sound like gangsters. For this American that's a serious disadvantage: I keep having to laugh in all the wrong places! It's a good yarn, though, well told.
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