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Divine Justice by David Baldacci
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Feb 08, 2010

it was amazing

The 4th Camel Club book continues the excitement of this fabulous series. Baldacci is a master of story-telling, building another complex yarn in the adventures of former CIA Triple-Six assassin John Carr, aka Oliver Stone. The Club lost one of its members in a gunfight in book 3 and Stone avenges the murders of his family, putting him on the run as book 4 begins. His goal for starting a new life is interrupted when he intervenes in a fight aboard Amtrak, probably saving the life of the victim. They leave the train together to avoid a confrontation with police, and Oliver ends up caught in a complex web of murder and other crimes is a tiny western Virginia coal mining hamlet, the Divine of the title. The remaining club members and a couple of other friends ride to Stone's rescue in a tightly plotted, wonderfully written thriller.
Just be sure to read the series in order.
Some think this is the final Camel Club book, but I felt the ending left plenty of room for further adventures. I certainly hope Baldacci obliges.
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