Where is Justice?

John Carr otherwise known as Oliver Stone and the rest of the Camel Club are back in David Baldacci’s latest book Divine Justice.

John is on the run after his recent assassinations have pissed off some people, particularly Macklin Hayes with the CIA. Now John is American’s most wanted man. John makes his way to the small town of Divine, Virginia. A town where the biggest attractions are its mine and Dead Rock State prison. John figures no one will find him in Divine. To John’s misfortune he becomes the town’s hero. He saves two young men. In the process of saving one of the young men, Danny, John starts forming a close relationship bond to Danny’s mother Abby. John was not planning on staying in Divine, Virginia but now he doesn’t want to leave just yet. It seems this small town has a secret of its own. Some people feel John has worn his welcome out and it is now time for him to leave. Plus the CIA is closing in on John.

John Carr has seen and done it all so dealing with some small town bad guys is like a snack before the main course to him. If If there was an award for being one of the best assassins’s than it should go to John Carr. I have to admit that I have not read any of the other books in this series, so I was surprised by how easily I enjoyed this book. I read it in a matter of a few hours. Having said this, I never felt like I had missed too much by not reading the other books. I now want to go back and read all the rest of the books in the Camel Club series.


J. Kaye Oldner said…
I just downloaded this to my MP3. As soon as I am done with my current audio, I am on it!

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