The Camel Club, No 5
Read by Ron McLarty, Orlagh Cassidy
November 9, 2010/ ISBN 1607886553
Suspense / Government / International
by Brenda Weeaks
The infamous Camel Club
is back. Oliver Stone was last revealed as John Carr, an agent in
a Government department that technically didn’t exist. The
storyline begins with the President asking Stone for his help with
the Russians. Stone speaks Russian and knows their tactics. Russians
spies are filtered throughout the US and the President wants to
deal with their part in the drug gangs, because the Russian drug
and spy rings are connected. Stone agrees, but his team (The Camel
Club) isn’t included. Annabelle is the first to notice and
calls a meeting of the Camel Club. Imagine their reaction when they
find out he’s a duly sworn government agent… again….
Before Stone can fly
off to his assignment he is thrown into a political fire via Hell’s
Corner, commonly known as Lafayette Park. Here crimes are complicated
because the area is protected by the Park Police, the Secret Service
and the Washington DC police.
At 11:00 p.m. the next
night Stone visits the park as he has many times. Across the street
the White House is hosting a Dinner for the British Prime minister.
Soon there’s a hail of fire followed by a bomb. Stone is knocked
unconscious. When Mary Chapman with MI6 visits Stone, along with
FBI agents, he realizes it’s a possible terrorist attack and
now an international case. Needless to say Stone has learned the
hard way to watch his back when it comes to governments, spies and
Stone continues to be
a haunted man. He’s warned by another that “no man is
an island.” In this case, he really, really needs to heed
the warning and keep the Club in the loop to make it out alive.
One thing we’ve learned in this series is that Stone just
can’t trust a soul. Once again you can’t help but hold
your breath, waiting to see who the bad guy really is. What a great
Listen –plenty of action and suspense; over-the-top ending.
Great narration - Ron McLarty and Orlagh Cassidy make a great team.
If you like conspiracy / government suspense, you’ll like
this series. It’s a wild ride.
/Abridged / 6 CDs / Appx 7 ½ hrs