"Oliver Stone was counting seconds, an exercise that had always calmed him. And he needed to be calm. He was meeting with someone tonight. Someone very important. And Stone didn't quite know how it was going to go. He did know one thing for certain. He was not going to run. He was through running. [...]"
This is how HELL'S CORNER of D. Baldacci takes off with a flying start. Yet from the first chapter, we have a lot of questions: Who is Oliver Stone? What is he going to do? He is not going to ass...more