Stone Cold ebook

by David Baldacci

Home David Baldacci Stone Cold. Part of Camel Club series by David Baldacci.

Home David Baldacci Stone Cold. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36. To Bernard Mason, steel true, blade straight. and. To the memory of Frank L. Jennings, who meant so much to so many.

Part of Camel Club series by David Baldacci. Stone didn’t exactly agree with this assessment. In fact, he’d been the reason Carter Gray had abruptly resigned from his post as the nation’s intelligence czar

Part of Camel Club series by David Baldacci. In fact, he’d been the reason Carter Gray had abruptly resigned from his post as the nation’s intelligence czar. Stone thought to himself, If only the president knew that the man he’s going to be presenting that medal to is the same man who was prepared to put a bullet through his head. The country would never be ready for that truth. The more Gray thought about this, the angrier he became. Yet from within that anger a cold-blooded idea took form. Whoever was killing Gray’s old assassination team one by one probably believed John Carr to be dead. Yet why should Carr be spared the thrill of being a target?

In STONE COLD, he ups the ante. I am an avid Baldacci fan and have read all the Camel Club books, except 'Bullseye'. This one is not a "page turner".

In STONE COLD, he ups the ante. Virtually every character, no matter which side of the power divide he occupies, plays both pursuer and pursued at some point in the novel. Richmond Times Dispatch. At times I thought "did Baldacci really write this?"

Stone Cold is a crime thriller written by David Baldacci. This is the third book to feature the Camel Club, a small group of Washington, . civilian misfits led by "Oliver Stone", a former CIA trained assassin.

Stone Cold is a crime thriller written by David Baldacci. The book was initially published on November 6, 2007 by Grand Central Publishing.

Stone Cold Audiobook David Baldacci. Recurring characters Oliver Stone and his Camel Club are back to save the life of beautiful con-artist, to implicate shady casino king, and to solve a string of murders of Washington . Attn: Author/Narrator If you have any queries please contact me at info19782 @ gmail. I will reply as soon as possible, usually within 24 hours.

David Baldacci introduces an unforgettable heroine who must think fast, hit hard, and defy all odds to uncover the truth. Freddy and the French Fries Series. Among David Baldacci’s many stand-alone novels are his first novel and first bestseller, Absolute Power, which became a blockbuster film directed by and starring Clint Eastwood, and The Christmas Train, the inspiration for the hit Hallmark Channel movie.

Grand Central Publishing, 6 нояб. Oliver Stone, the leader of the mysterious group that calls itself the Camel Club, is both feared and respected. Keeping a vigilant watch over our leaders in Washington . the club has won over some allies, but it has also made some formidable enemies.

I am an avid Baldacci fan and have read all the Camel Club books, except 'Bullseye'. This one is not a "page turner". At times I thought "did Baldacci really write this?"

Annabella took a back seat in this novel. That's sad because she is the gutsy cool character. Caleb and Reuben also were minor characters. This novel takes lots of twists, perhaps too many. Anyway I finished it. Please David, if you are reading this go back to the characters that made the "club" so enjoyable. Do a prequel with Milton and the originals, but sadly that would leave Annabella out? Can't do that!!

I'll still keep my Baldacci library growing like Caleb's famous library.
This series is the first I have read of David Baldacci's writing, and the characters, plot, pacing, etc. are very good. This book does keep your interest right to the end, and there are a few unexpected occurrences. What is not unexpected, and begins to be a little monotonous, is the graphic violence surrounding our deadly-assassin-with-a-heart-of-gold main character. Likewise the recurring theme of evil people rising to the top, having basically run amuck with the power they have been given. While there is a measure of revenge that may satisfy some sense of justice, it does little to relieve the depression brought on by the situation as a whole. That the characters in the book are drawn to each other and are unfailingly loyal to each other in spite of the knowledge that they easily engage in behavior that is reviled by most civilized people (the end always justifies the means, each person is their own judge of right and wrong, life and death) is vaguely heartwarming but mostly disturbing. So the quick summary is that the writing is technically good, the story gripping - but you don't want to think too deeply about the world view embraced by these characters that we are supposed to like.
This is a good, page-turner read. I enjoyed this book even though I have not read the other Camel Club books in the series. I read this book for a Book Club discussion, and I was worried I would not understand the characters since I did not have the Camel Club background. But, that was not the case. Baldacci does a good job of getting the characters' traits and dimensions across even for the first-time reader. Plot, setting, and action are all well developed. The reason I chose 4 stars instead of 5 is that the novel seems to have one too many "twists" toward the end. Most of the reverses and surprises were thoroughly fun and heightened the reading experience. Overall, this book offers reading time well spent.
I've been a Baldacci fan since time began and just recently discovered this fourth novel in the Camel Club series, which I have thoroughly enjoyed. This novel returns protagonist Oliver Stone (John Carr) to government service to halt a nefarious plot to spread drugs through the US and kill a bunch of people initiated by the Russians.... or was it the Mexicans ..... or the Russians ....
Determining who the bad guys are working for and exactly why they want to blow things up and kill the president is Stone's job, He solves it of course, despite government interference, and catches the bad guys with help from the Camel Club, but it's a wild ride. Oh, and the Camel Club gets a new member. Go for it!
This is the third and arguably the best of the David Baldacci's highly imaginative and successful Camel Club series. To understand the series you should know a bit about the bizarre collection of members of the Camel Club:

* Oliver Stone - an alias for a retired clandestine CIA operative who maintains a church cemetery in Washington and lives in the caretaker's cottage in the cemetery grounds.
* Rheuben Rhodes - a former DIA worker and marksman who now works unloading trucks.
* Caleb Shaw - a twin PhD who works in the rare book Wing of the Library of Congress and has a penchant for wearing 19th Century fashion.
* Milton Farb - an obsessive-compulsive prodigy with an eidetic memory who can remember cards and numbers and can win extremely large amounts of money at Casinos.
* Alex Ford - (occasional member) a Secret Service agent who is a member of the President's security squad.
* Annabelle Conroy - (new member) a compulsive thief who runs scams on people and Casinos to steal large amounts of money.

In this adventure Annabelle has conned vicious Casino king Jerry Bagger out of millions. Stone and his colleagues Reuben, Milton, and Caleb marshal all their resources to protect Annabelle.

At the same time someone is slowly killing members of Stone's old clandestine squad one by one and is zeroing on Stone, who has to revert to his old trade to save his life and some of his old colleagues.

As usual Baldacci weaves a devious tale of how this mostly amateur group deal with a range of dangerous happenings, revenge, conspiracy and murder which are the core of all of the great Camel Club series.
Stone Cold ebook
David Baldacci
Thrillers & Suspense
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