This book has over 600 pages, but once I started reading it, I could not put it down. Not for 5 minutes. I've enjoyed all of the Camel Club series, and this was one of the best. The twists just keep on coming, and at the end of every chapter, you feel you just HAVE to know what is coming next.
This fifth novel in the Camel Club series overall is a great read. Oliver Stone, the informal leader of the Camel Club, is put in a position he cannot refuse by going back into the world of government work. This time, he must solve the mystery of who is behind the bomb in Layfayette Park (a.k.a. Hell's Corner).
A new female character - Mary Chapman - is along for the ride. As Baldacci has proven in his prior novels, he can wield a suspenseful tale that keeps you anticipating the action on the next page. Great twists along the way, with may one too many to conclude the story. Not one for 5 stars, but definitely a 4 star contender for fans of the Camel Club gang.