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Hell's Corner by David Baldacci
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Jun 17, 2011

really liked it
Read in June, 2011

As usual, David Baldacci weaves an intriguing story about the activities of the agencies that guard the President and the American people. His stories penetrate a person's blasé attitude and challenge one to action. Baldacci uncovers the free rein of these watchdog agencies. In this story, the President enlists Oliver Stone to travel to Russia and investigate what the Russians are planning, but before Stone can leave for Russia, a bomb explodes in a park across the street from the White House. Stone and a British agent race to discover the people behind the bombing. Stone and Chapman are always a step behind the bombers, which indicates a mole. The tale is riveting and compels the reader to continue reading. A great, but disturbing novel.


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