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The Camel Club returns in the breathtaking follow up to Divine Justice from the Number One International Bestselling author.

On the night of the State Dinner honouring the British Prime Minister, Oliver Stone witnesses an explosion as the motorcade leaves the White House. A bomb has been detonated in what looks like a terrorist plot directed at the President and the Prime Minister.

In the aftermath, British MI5 agent Mary Chapman, an experienced, lethal operative with an agenda of her own, is sent to assist and coordinate the investigation alongside American authorities. Stone, together with Harry Finn, Alex Ford and the rest of the Camel Club, is drawn into the inquiry.

But everything is not what it seems, and what happened in the park may not have been the actual plan. It seems the mysterious attackers had another target in their sights, and it’s up to the Camel Club to stop them, or face the catastrophic results.

©2010 Columbus Rose Ltd (P)2010 Hachette Audio US

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  • Catalina, Australia
  • 02-12-13

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My first Baldacci experience and I am sure I will repeat it - a thrilling ride that, if reading it, would be described as a real page-turner! I thought I would find the intricate detail boring but was fascinated. When nearing the end of the book I wondered how all the threads would be tied up - while they were satisfactorily resolved, it seemed that Mr Baldacci himself got bored with the detail and gave the ending a very broad brush.

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  • 12-23-12

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More twists than a very long corkscrew, well up to his usual standard. Unplug the telephone, sink into a comfy armchair and enjoy the ride

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