Hell’s Corner by David Baldacci

I have so been waiting for a new Camel Club novel, and this was a great addition.  It didn’t have as much of Alex Ford or the rest of the club as I like, but it had plenty of Oliver Stone.  This one intertwined more of Stone’s past with the current plot than in any other book in the series.  Stone is more or less blackmailed into investigating a Russian operation that has apparently resulted in a bombing near the White House.  Since the bombing appears to have targeted the British Prime Minister, he teams up with a British agent, but of course, can’t trust anyone.  It was a fast, well-paced book.

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