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  • Mass Market Paperback: 544 pages
  • Publisher: Vision; Reissue edition (Sept. 1 2008)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0446615641
  • ISBN-13: 978-0446615648
  • Product Dimensions: 10.8 x 3.2 x 19 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 367 g
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (14 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #97,606 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Starred Review. The modern-day paladins of the Camel Club are back in their third exciting adventure (after 2006's The Collectors). Justice-seekers Milton, Caleb, Reuben and honorary member Alex Ford, a Secret Service agent, are led by feisty Oliver Stone, aka former CIA assassin John Carr. Their associate, Annabelle Conroy, is a slick con artist on the run after stealing $40 million from lunatic casino owner Jerry Bagger, who killed her mother. Oliver's CIA past distracts him from Annabelle's cause: his old unit, Triple 6, was responsible for the death of Raymond Solomon, branded a traitor during the Cold War, and now Solomon's son, DHS security expert Harry Finn, is picking off Triple 6 members. Oliver could be next if Carter Gray, his former boss, reveals that John Carr isn't really dead. Gripping, chilling and full of surprises, Baldacci's latest reveals the anarchy that lurks under the slick facade of corrupted governments. (Nov.)
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"He's hit the jackpot again...Baldacci pushes the pace pedal to the floor and takes the turns on two wheels."―New York Daily News

"Baldacci brings an insider's savvy to his tale."―New York Times Books Review

"Baldacci does an excellent job of setting the scene and creating complex characters. (A) gripping page turner."―Associated Press

"The action is explosive. Readers will barely have time to catch their breath."―People magazine

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Jack Watson on Nov. 6 2007
Format: Hardcover
The eclectic crew of the Camel Club are back in action and better than ever! First, if you have not read the Camel Club or the collectors I highly recommend you do before starting this book. Especially read the Collectors as this is a continuation of a story line from that book. The Stone and the boys' skills are tested as they try to protect Annabella Conroy from the crazy casino owner Jerry Bagger, who Annabella has conned Millions from (see The Collectors). But Stone's attention is soon diverted when old deeds and causes come back to haunt him. Don't want to ruin the surprises but a new deadly Villain is waiting in the wings, and is killing Triple Six members one at a time, is Stone next on the list. This is a gripping, fully loaded thriller, with surprising twists that delivers on all cylinders!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Donald Mitchell #1 HALL OF FAMETOP 50 REVIEWER on Nov. 16 2007
Format: Hardcover
If you liked either The Camel Club or The Collectors, don't miss this book!

If you haven't read The Camel Club or The Collectors, read those books before this one.

Stone Cold is an exciting and major step forward in the plot development of the Camel Club series as Oliver Stone and Annabelle Conroy deal with deadly challenges and old demons. In Stone Cold, the Camel Club moves from focusing on quirky to being operationally driven by the tools and tradecraft of assassins. The title appears to be an attempt to capture the psychology of the professional assassin, someone who is effective because he brings no emotion to terminating life. In keeping with Mr. Baldacci's ability to define and beautifully develop new characters, you'll be fascinated by the new character, Harry Finn, who tests for terrorist vulnerabilities as a profession, is a loving husband and father, and moonlights in assassinating assassins to settle an old score.

The novel has three main story lines: Finn's quest to eliminate old enemies, Annabelle Conroy's efforts to avoid being crushed by Jerry Bagger (the man she conned out of forty million dollars in The Collectors), and Oliver Stone's attempt to stay out of the public eye as someone chooses to expose his old connections to the CIA. I found this worked well for making the story fast-paced and continually surprising because the stories interweave.

But ultimately the appeal of this book is that it brings a lot of resolution to past and current conflicts in the series.

The only thing I didn't like about the book was that it lacked most of the usual quirkiness of the characters and past plots. Instead, this book is more of a standard spy versus spy, crook versus crook, and government against the bad guys type of story.
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By Pat the cat TOP 1000 REVIEWER on Sept. 3 2014
Format: Hardcover
This is the 3rd installment of the Camel Club series which you should read shortly after reading the Collectors to have that story fresh in your mind. Overall, it was a good thriller but some things annoyed me. On the one hand, this book ends the story of the con artist Annabelle Conroy who becomes in the 2nd book an "honorary" member of the Camel Club which is a ragtag group of 4 men who live in Washington DC (this is the closure that you needed if you read the 2nd book; it's OK). The Camel Club is headed by Oliver Stone who used to work for the CIA and, as we find out in this book, he has a long track record of questionable undercover work. As the author did in the 2nd book, he uses a secondary plot line to advance the whole story - it features Harry Finn who is somehow linked to Stone's past. This links back to the 1st book, which I didn't remember well and I found that very frustrating. Furthermore, I found the ending of the book simplistic considering that it took three books to get there. And, I also found it odd that so many people are killed with very little investigation from the authorities. That said, this author is very talented at creating neat characters and the pace of his novels move along swiftly. I would give this book 3 out of 5 stars (good).
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By Toni Osborne TOP 100 REVIEWER on Dec 10 2008
Format: Mass Market Paperback
Camel Club, book 3

Annabelle Conroy is again joining Oliver Stone and the Camel Club's group of mismatched characters in this suspenseful and unforgettable novel of revenge, conspiracy and murder.

The previous novel "The Collector" (a must read) laid the background for this novel, in it Annabelle Conroy pulled a con on Casino king Jerry Bagger and she is now hunted by him and needs all the resources the Camel Club can provide to protect her.

While protecting Annabelle, the group faces a new opponent, one by one, retired CIA agents involved in Stone's former unit are being picked off by a seemingly ruthless assassin. Who is behind this, certainly someone in power with a dark secret? Did Stone meet his match in this unstoppable killer? At this point, Baldacci honours us with a plethora of action as the two plots interweave at a very fast and entertaining pace leading to a very suspense filled unforeseen conclusion.

Stone Cold is heavy on character and plot development, the riveting descriptions leave the reader breathless and unbelievably satisfied.
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Another riveting page turner by BALDACCI! His characters are well defined with just a touch of quirkiness to make them memorable. His story lines are fast pasted but with just enough complexity to maintain reader focus; warning if you skip a head you'll miss some key element. Always leaves me wanting more and...just wish some of the series were longer!! Definitely worth the read!!
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