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The Collectors by David Baldacci
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Jul 14, 2011

really liked it
bookshelves: mystery, thriller, intrigue, mystery-crime-thriller, mystery-fiction-spio, spionage
Read in July, 2011 — I own a copy , read count: 1

A talented spy-for-hire assassin shoots the Speaker of the House and kills the director of the Library of Congress's Rare Books Room. How could these two crimes be related? One of the members of the Camel Club, Caleb Shaw is thrown in the middle of the case, by nearly falling victim too.
Meanwhile, in Atlantic City, a gifted beautiful con woman assembles a first rate team to pull an incredible and dangerous scam on one of the most dangerous men in the country. She succeeds taking 40 million dollars from this bad man. When she is about to disappear and go under the radar, to prevent being caught by this dangerous man, she reads that her ex-husband, the director of the Rare Books Room has died. So she goes to Washington for his burial, discovering the Camel Club, which informs her that her husband had been murdered.
She and the Camel Club join forces and unravel a spy network, which if continued, would have brought America to its knees.

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