Former Secret Service Agents Sean King and Michelle Maxwell are hired by defense attorney Ted Bergin to help with the defense of Edgar Roy. They become up to their necks in a rivalry of informational … more
Hour Game serves as my intro to the work of David Baldacci, and it hasn't tempted me to try any others of his titles. The 150-plus Amazon reviews of this particular novel are divided into two camps, … more
This is one of those books that I simply didn't like but was compelled to continue reading to the end. It is one of those books where the heroine, Sidney Archer, tries to unravel a mystery even though … more
Jerry_Saperstein reviewed Stone Cold.
March 16, 2008
I read the first installment of David Baldacci's "Camel Club" series and was not overly impressed. It was tedious and the plotting was mediocre at best. I skipped the second novel in the series and, for … more
luan_gaines reviewed Stone Cold.
November 07, 2007
Peopled with ex-CIA hit men, random assassins and corrupt highly placed government officials, Stone Cold is a tale of mayhem and murder that reaches across time to Cold War American deeds performed in … more
This is my first David Baldacci book and will probably be my last. Not that Baldacci isn't a fine writer: he is. But his political views set my teeth on edge. Baldacci is one of those folks who thinks … more
What a high concept book. Oh, to be a member of a club like that, and to find myself in the middle of a murder mystery! Nope--on second thought I wouldn't like that at all. It's much more fun to sit back … more