Oliver Stone jumped off a cliff in the last book.
Now he needed to lay low and escape the hunt. He killed two bad guys who killed his fellow Camel Club member.
Now he reflected on why he even trying to stay alive. He is good to go and ready to die. But his survival instinct kicked in.
He buy ticket and is on a train when a young man got into trouble. Danny was being beaten up by some guys and Oliver stepped in. His reward for being good is for the conductor to kick him out of the train.
Having nowhere to go. He followed the kid home and make sure he got in safe. He was not poor and his mom asked Oliver to stay and work on odd jobs to earn some money.
Divine is a minor town with drug problem. But the town didn't look wore down.
So where is the money coming from?
It is also the town that host a max security prison.
Now things go a lot hairier when some people got killed.
While this is happening. Joe Knox is looking for Oliver, an order from Hague, a powerful agent superior and bad guy.
The Camel Club are mourning for the death of Milton and worry about Oliver. Of course they are going to help Oliver, whether he likes it or not.
Alex Ford in on the fence because of his position.
But of course, in story like this, friendship comes before loyalty to the job.
Not as action pack but the tension is there and the story build up pretty nicely.
4.5 stars read.
Oliver is being hunted but Jon Knox.
Oliver intervention on a train landed him on a small town in Virginia, named Divine.
This is a miner town and not as wholesome as it seems.
Small town murders.
And people not really truthful. Oliver not wanting to get involved but could not stop himself when a young man was beaten up by men. His intervention then landed him with more trouble.
The Camel Club members still haven't gotten over the death of Milton.
And now they need to risk their own necks again for Oliver. Even if he would not accept their help, they are going to help him anyway.
Friendship seems to be the key of the series.