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Hell's Corner (Camel Club Series series) by David Baldacci. Read online, or download in secure EPUB format. Editorial Reviews. From Publishers Weekly. Baldacci's implausible fifth Camel Club novel (after download a site site eBooks site Unlimited Prime Reading Best Sellers & More site Book Deals Free Reading Apps site Singles. Read "Hell's Corner" by David Baldacci available from Rakuten Kobo. Sign up today and get $5 off your first download. Before he can lead a covert mission on.


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Hell's Corner book. Read reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Oliver Stone and the Camel Club return in #1 bestselling author Da. tronunbucambrin.tk Hell's Corner by David Baldacci, Read by Ron McLarty and Orlagh Cassidy This is the fifth book in the Camel Club series by David Baldacci. Before he can lead a covert mission on the orders of the President, a former Read More. Genre: Mystery & Thriller / Fiction / Mystery & Detective / International .

High dignitaries are heading to their cars after being wined and dined at a dinner honoring the Bri Oliver Stone is recruited by the President of the United States to help serve his country on a top secret mission.

High dignitaries are heading to their cars after being wined and dined at a dinner honoring the British Prime Minister. Suddenly, everything turns to disaster when a bomb goes off. Stone wakes up in the hospital.

It was great to see the Camel Club together again in action. Everyone brings something new to the table. Stone is the ultimate action hero.

He dishes out the butt-kicking and always leaves a trail of bodies in his wake. Right from the beginning I was fully mersed into this book. I could not get enough of Stone. The dynamics between Stone and the rest of the characters were nice. They all worked well together. Everyone equally measured up to the story line. I kept trying to figure out who the rat was in the story and every time I would start to think it was so and so, another twist was get thrown my way.

There was not a moment that I was not enjoying myself reading this book. The suspense levels were high. The ending was great. I can not wait to read the next Stone novel. Hell's Corner delivers the action and punches! Although the ending was for the birds, up to the very last few pages this book was prime thriller material and kept me completely engrossed.

En donde nada es lo que parece y nadie puede confiar en nadie. Gracias, Baldacci, por crear estos extraordinarios personajes. Este extraordinario grupo de amigos. Jul 23, Diane rated it really liked it. A very good read and excellent addition to the Camel Club series.

Lots of action, twists and turns, some red herrings and some surprises. I enjoyed this book and the whole series and highly recommend it to anyone that likes the "spy world"! From the blurb: In si A very good read and excellent addition to the Camel Club series. Nov 09, Mary Gramlich rated it it was amazing.

For all the losses he has suffered there has been the gain in his friends and cohorts known as the Camel Club. A group of people that are as different they come together and make one large, right group. But this latest case is one Stone has to handle on his own and no one including him is happy about it even though the President of the United States is asking for his help.

But before Stone can do his work for the President a bomb goes off across the street from the White House creating the scenario where conclusions are drawn, angles are worked and assumptions made.

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While everyone is running to the right the masterminds are veering to the left and keeping everyone off balance including all the alphabet agencies in Washington, DC. Stone is drafted back into the service of the government with the promise that all past indiscretions would be erased yet the problem for Stone is that his sins have been of such huge proportion he is not sure this is a statement based in fact.

But Stone finds himself partnered with an MI6 agent who is as cunning as he is and keeps up even while running after him. But the agency he is now working for is throwing him off with smoke and mirrors, bodies are piling up, misconceptions abound and everyone becomes a suspect.

Stone wants the nightmare to stop but for every decision he makes that draws a resolution to the case another one shows up to prove to him the last one was way off base and leads blow away with the wind.

This is the fifth book in the Camel Club series by David Baldacci. I listened to this on audiobook and, I have to say, it took a bit of concentration due to the complexity of the storyline.

Because of the location of the park, the jurisdictional challenges are enormous with the Secret Service, Homeland Security, the Park Service and the FBI as well as the DC Police all responsible for different pieces of the park.

Stone is brought in by the NIC and the White House to participate in the investigation of the bombing. He is teamed up with Mary Chapman, an agent from MI6 that is brought in to assist the investigation when it appears the British PM may have been the target. As Stone is working the case, it seems that the investigators are being watched by others within their own government as well as the bad guys - who always seem to be one step ahead of them. Distrustful of the other agencies, Oliver turns to the people he can count on - The Camel Club.

As they investigate the possibility of involvement by Mexican Drug Cartels, Russian Mafia, and International Terrorists - all while navigating the dangerous political waters of DC - Oliver and his friends become targets and find their lives at risk. Will this be their last mystery? This audiobook was read by Ron McLarty and Orlagh Cassidy - both of whom did a great job bringing the characters to life and keeping the listener interested.

Apr 10, Mahoghani 23 rated it liked it Shelves: Washington is Babylon! You can't trust anyone, taking a life is just an ordinary every day occurrence. For Oliver Stone, the people of Washington politics are truly evil. No one is whom they appear to be. Everyone has their own agenda and all the federal agencies are not sharing what they know amongst each other.

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Oliver Stone has Washington is Babylon! Oliver Stone has been summoned by the President of the United States to perform a mission on Russian soil. In return he will be pardoned and cleared of all wrongdoings if he survives the mission.

Things change after a bomb explodes right in front of the White House, in Lafayette Park. Each time they get a lead, it ends in someone getting severely injured or murdered, leaning more toward the latter.

Oliver knows that they, the powers that be, are out to get him and so he goes to whom he can trust; the Camel Club. The suspense throughout the book keeps entangling you to read more. The book rotates from who may be the culprit to innocent bystanders in an instant.

This book makes you ponder what is really going on at Pennsylvania Avenue and it's other federal agencies. Nov 17, Mark Bennett rated it it was ok. Another in the Camel Club series that are now typical Baldacci. With this read, I have read all 20 Baldacci novels. Like many other authors of today, a once good writer has turned into a book mill.

Baldacci has become more Patterson-like with each book producing formula reads instead of stories. In this adventure of the Club, most other members are bystanders and Oliver grandstands the plot for himself. Like the all of the more recent Baldacci novels and none of the early Baldacci novels, Hell's Corner is nothing but a page turner.

It holds your interest, but when you are done, what story have you read? The same story you read every other Baldacci book of the last 5 years. Do you care that you read it?

Why read it? It beats the hell out of TV. Will I download the next Baldacci? He agrees without reservation. Something he agreed to at the end of Divine Justice as way way of his own penance, as it were.

What comes next is a rollercoaster ride that will leave your head spinning. When he is finally released, he lead to the White House where President tells him things have changed. Chapman is a protegee of a man Carr saved back in , James McElroy, and who has his own agenda that twists and turns throughout this story. Things we learn. Carter Gray and Roger Simpson are dead at Stone's own hands.

The usual suspects in the Camel Club are back: It seems she too, is not who she portrayed herself to be. The plot thickens when it is discovered that Nanotechnology developed by the Mexican Cartel under Carlos Montoya has found a way to bypass drug dogs, thereby making them invisible to detection. It also happens that after trying to avoid hurting his friends, he finally breaks down to Annabelle request and allows the Camel Club into the investigation.

Villian s of the story: Carlos Montoya, of course. He was believed to have been killed, or deemed a non threat, but he still remains a powerful force in the Mexican drug cartel. Yes, he makes mistakes, but he manages to swim his way through the crocodiles as the end, and come out as a winner. There has been plenty of people trying to take him down, and he is still standing along with his Camel Club friends.

This book moves along at a pretty brisk pace and of course, the mystery of who actually is the killer, was not realized until nearly the end of the story. One of the better books that Mr Baldacci has recently released. Nov 14, Neil Hanson rated it did not like it.

Well, a big disappointment. It just didn't feel like the author's heart was in it. Loose ends coming together in ways so implausible it made me want to stop several times.

The "cliche" factor was incredibly high in this one, to the point where it was impossible to really identify with any of the characters. I need characters that are plausible and believable enough to Well, a big disappointment.

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I need characters that are plausible and believable enough to identify with, and when they start straying too far from the nature of folks in our culture, I can no longer identify with them. Again, I'm a big fan of the Camel Club series, and if I had it to do over, I'd skip this one completely, and hope for a better one next time.

Sep 28, Edward rated it did not like it Shelves: This is the first book I've deliberately abandoned. The dialogue is absolutely atrocious!

The author uses one of the characters to tell us what is happening, which makes the dialogue unnatural and boring. The characters also sound like archetypes rather than natural characters, and its all because of the dialogue. Add that the plot is impossible to believe and the author has no idea how to build suspense. Feb 01, Tim rated it really liked it. A bit long with complicated plots.

Still, a good read if you enjoy conspiracy adventures. I'm in the middle of this one. The Camel Club is my favorite of David Baldacci's series because of its misfit crew led by a homeless vet who lives in a cemetery a little north of Georgetown. Lately I have been thinking that Baldacci should add a DC contract attorney to his ragtag group of ragamuffins. During periods between jobs I have worked as a contract att I'm in the middle of this one. During periods between jobs I have worked as a contract attorney.

Nonglamorous but necessary work in the electronic discovery field. During my time I have met some incredibly interesting attorneys, some of them down on their luck, some just starting out and paying off their student loans before taking on a job in the public interest sector, some funding interim human rights law careers by temping for a few months and then doing human rights work for a few months.

I have also met attorneys in the document review fields with Ph. Just the kind of unseen and unrecognized heroes that would fit right into the Camel Club. And of course it's fun to read a book and think, "Hey! I walk there for lunch!

I am reading the Large Print edition because the DC Public Library hasn't put this book on its circulation list yet.

So I've finished this one. I'd have to say that the Camel Club itself didn't get as much play as I hoped because Oliver Stone spent too much time flirting with and kissing hot female spies, but altogether a very satisfying and entertaining book. Apr 30, Debby rated it it was amazing Shelves: A 5-star rating for a book writen by an author whose name is genrally larger than the title on teh dust cover?

Yeah, I was shocked too! I am a big fan of David Baldacci and regularly give his books 4-star ratings. But 5? This one was, for me, a hit out of the ball park! Up to this point, I've only read the first book in Baldacci's Camel Club series and if I remember correctly I was particularly overwhelmed by it. The plot of Hell's Corner intrigued me enough to ignore the fact I was going to enc A 5-star rating for a book writen by an author whose name is genrally larger than the title on teh dust cover?

The plot of Hell's Corner intrigued me enough to ignore the fact I was going to encounter unfamiliar character and background info. I was desperate for a good book to read as everything else4 I'd tried wa putting me to sleep ; so I just jumped into this 5th book in Baldacci's Cammel Club series. If you're a fan of well-written political thrillers, I highly recommend this book. It's fast paced, full of plot twists and turns and enough red herrings to keep you and the characters guessing.

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I could not put this book down! Hell's Corner was for me, more than just a really good book, it was amazing!! Ok, maybe I was starved for a really good book and Hell's Corner more thn filled the bill Bombings, assassinations, and espionage - oh my!

Oliver Stone aka - John Carr , an aging ex-special operative of a defunct group once know as the 'Triple-six', is called-up to serve his country once more. This time he is being beckoned by the president himself and his mission Another crisis takes precedent, a bombing and automatic rounds being fired in Lafayette Park across from the White House.

His Camel Club pals r Bombings, assassinations, and espionage - oh my! His Camel Club pals read the prior Camel Club books to get a better grasp on who they are, or don't - I don't care come along for the fight and mystery.

It all becomes very spiraling-ly convoluted, but it's still fairly entertaining. Nov 10, Debbie Evancic rated it really liked it. I have never read a David Baldacci novel and was not disappointed. I definitely need to read more of the Camel Club novels.

Oliver Stone aka John Carr , lives simply, as a caretaker of a cemetery, but is called back to duty with the government when a bomb goes off in Lafayette Park in Washington DC Hell's Corner.

British agent, Mary Chapman, becomes his partner and the members of the Camel Club join the team. Intriguing story of political mischief where the government agencies don't communicate I have never read a David Baldacci novel and was not disappointed.

Intriguing story of political mischief where the government agencies don't communicate and play well together. Surprise, surprise. May 25, Pamela rated it it was amazing Shelves: Start with the first book.

This series is dynamite! When Oliver Stone John Carr is summoned before the US president for a mission involving Mexican drug trafficking he has no idea that mission is about to be derailed by a bomb exploding in Lafayette Park, right in front of the White House at the same time the British Prime Minister was scheduled to be walking through it.

The chase is on and Oliver must team up with new associates as well as the familiar Camel Club members in a high stakes game of cat and mouse. The final Camel Club novel at le When Oliver Stone John Carr is summoned before the US president for a mission involving Mexican drug trafficking he has no idea that mission is about to be derailed by a bomb exploding in Lafayette Park, right in front of the White House at the same time the British Prime Minister was scheduled to be walking through it.

One of the things I like about this series is that each novel introduces a new major character who has the potential to become a new member of the Camel Club. This time around we have a British MI-6 agent named Mary Chapman who teams up with Oliver in what amounts to a detective story albeit one with lots of violence and an anti-terrorism plot where the bad guys are always one step ahead.

Feb 19, Coleen rated it it was amazing. Baldacci has written so many terrific books that one might think he couldn't come up with something novel and interesting. NOT SO! Review By Cazzzzzzzzzz The absolute worst novel I have read in years. A potentially good plot evicerated by lame characters and, in particular, incredibly amateurish writing.

NY Times best selling author? Are you kidding me? In the end I only have myself to blame as I long ago swore that with so much great literature readily available I would not suffer through this kind of crap beyond, say 50 pages. However, with the NY Times imprimatur I kept thinking that it had to get better.

It only gets worse and the book ends up seeming at least a million pages too long. The poor quality was perhaps made even worse juxtaposed against the two Michael Connelly, Harry Bosch novels I had just finished great! This book is so bad that I can't imagine anything by Baldacci is any better than drivel. Forget the wasted money, from a life quality standpoint - run away! By Jakeryan The story comes together at the end, but for some reason doesn't satisfy completely.

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The last pages are very good as the pace picks up, but up until then, the story moves too slowly. Not a bad read, but not Baldacci's best. By jabber27 Fantastic book. A real page turner and a great ride.Daniel Silva. Sycamore Row. In si A very good read and excellent addition to the Camel Club series.

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