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Hell's Corner by David Baldacci
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Apr 13, 12

Read in April, 2012

I thought the Camel Club was history....until I found volume five in the library...here we go again. John Carr is alive and well in a well conceived and twisting plot about a bombing near the White House in his beloved Lafayette Park. Add a Brit, a host of half truths and deceit, plus misdirection and you have a page turning plot that keeps you guessing. Baldacci's story almost sees then end of John and others in his entourage. But you can never get a handle on how an explosion occurred until you run the steel trap of a mind that is John Carr aka Oliver Stone. You run the clues over and over and finally you can draw a conclusion that makes sense. This is what I like about Baldachi's writing. he draws you into a story and let's you think through the clues until you can draw only one conclusion. God I like author's who let me think. I hope John Carr finally will get some peace in his life; I can't think of a person who deserves it more than him.
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