The Camel Club
Publish date: October 25th 2005
Publisher: Warner Adult
Edition language: English
, Adult Fiction
, Spy Thriller
, Mystery Thriller
Series: Camel Club (#1)
The Camel Club made up more a group of misfits that don't belong to anywhere but with each other. The Camel Club witnessed placing of a dead body. Two persons were placing the body and they were armed. As they don't think anyone would believe them, they didn't go to the police. Now the dead ...
This book had so much going on and so many characters. I started getting confused about who was on which side. It seemed like everyone was bad. I liked the times when the Camel Club met up and conversed. I'll continue the series to see what they get up to next.
Political thriller, international espionage, page-turner, nail-biter, etc., etc., etc. The scenario presented in the book might be fiction, but who, other than those global powers/persons that be, who hold [and perhaps, manipulate (as in the book)] intelligence reports, and makes those critical and ...
This is a great book. It reminds me of the Bourne series. Action packed, espionage, and lots of great characters.
Kept my interest, looking forward to reading the next one...
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