Baldacci, David. () The Camel Club /MLA Citation
Baldacci, David. The Camel Club. : . Print.
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The Camel Club /
|Published:||New York, New York : Warner Books, 2005.|
|Topics:||Secret societies - Fiction. | Nuclear warfare - Fiction. | Conspiracies - Fiction. | Stone, Oliver (Fictitious character) - Fiction. | Camel Club (Imaginary organization) - Fiction. | Political fiction. | Nuclear warfare - Fiction. | Secret societies - Fiction. | Nuclear warfare - Fiction. | Conspiracies - Fiction. | Political fiction. | Adventure fiction.|
|Genres:||Political fiction. | Political fiction. | Suspense fiction. | Thrillers (Fiction) | Fiction. | Political fiction. | Suspense fiction. | Thrillers (Fiction)|
|Physical Description:||438 pages ; 24 cm.
|Summary:||The Camel Club is a four-man group of Washington, D.C. misfits, that meet weekly to discuss political conspiracies they believe exist and what actions they might take. One night club members witness the murder of Secret Service employee Patrick Johnson, thus thrusting the wacky crew into the middle of a bigger conspiracy than they could ever have imagined.
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