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The mystery deepens in the gripping second novel in David Baldacci's Camel Club series, The Collectors.

Annabelle is a beautiful stranger with a mysterious past, planning the heist of the century - two short cons to fund a long con, then a life of unashamed luxury, incognito in a foreign land.

Jonathan DeHaven, the shy head of the Rare Books Division at the Library of Congress, is planning nothing more than an uneventful day amongst his cherished collection.

But when Jonathan is found dead by Caleb Shaw, a member of the Camel Club, two conspiracies are destined to meet as the club determines to track down the dead man's long-lost wife - and Annabelle decides to avenge the death of her beloved ex-husband.

Unfortunately, the victim of Annabelle's long con has sworn eternal revenge, and Jonathan's killers will stop at nothing to keep the truth about his death, and the code they have perfected over the years, from surfacing....

The Collectors is followed by Stone Cold, Divine Justice and Hell's Corner.

©2017 David Baldacci (P)2006 Hachette Audio (US)

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  • norma blair-clayden
  • 11-22-17

Poor Narration

Couldn’t listen to the story because the narrator was simply not good enough. He had the wrong type of voice for a thriller. I’ve given lots of Baldacci’s stories 5 stars but, as I say, I only listened to a few chapters before I gave up.