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The Camel Club by David Baldacci
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May 31, 2010

it was ok
Read in May, 2010

This book written following 9/11 draws heavily on a terrorist theme - which would be acceptable if not every single book following 9/11 drew on a terrorist theme. To assist and make the theme more believable the terrorist - this book pushes a settle agenda in that the actions of the US/CIA can and have amounted to terrorism in the past in presently. It makes an attempt to pull on current and post events without giving proper scope of the event - rather it uses the events as filler and in an attempt to further justify the unlikely and implausible plot-line.

By the time this book was over with - I couldn't wait to be done - knowing that the author would follow the formula writing for this type of thriller and add one more "curveball" into the mix.

It is a good read for the airport and when you are sitting on the beach - but overall it is cheap formula fiction/thriller.

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