The collectors
David Baldacci.
An edition of The Collectors (2006)

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An edition of The Collectors (2006)

The collectors

1st ed.
  • 3.75 ·
  • 4 Ratings
  • 18 Want to read
  • 0 Currently reading
  • 8 Have read
Publish Date
Language
English
Pages
612

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The assassination of the Speaker of the House sets the members of the Camel Club in a race to prevent a silent yet bloody coup in Washington.

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Edition Availability
Cover of: The Collectors
The Collectors
2014, Pan Books
Paperback in English - paperback edition (4)
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The Collectors
2011, Pan Books
Paperback in English - paperback edition (1)
Cover of: The Collectors
The Collectors
2011-04, Pan Publishing
paperback in English
Cover of: Die Sammler
Die Sammler: Roman
2010, Bastei Lübbe
in German
Cover of: The Collectors
The Collectors
2008-05, Zeta
Hardcover in Spanish - 1a edicion
Cover of: De verzamelaars
De verzamelaars
2008, Bruna
Mass Market Paperback in Dutch
Cover of: The Collectors
The Collectors
2008-02, Michel Lafon
in French
Cover of: Die Sammler
Die Sammler
2008, Luebbe Verlagsgruppe
hardcover in German
Cover of: The Collectors
The Collectors
2006-10, Warner Books
in English
Cover of: The Collectors
The Collectors
2006, WARNER BOOKS
hardcover in English
Cover of: The collectors
The collectors
2006, Warner Books Large Print
Large Print in English - 1st ed.

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New York

Edition Notes

Accelerated Reader AR UG 5.5 18.0 110562.

Series
Large type editions
Genre
Fiction.

Classifications

Dewey Decimal Class
813/.54

The Physical Object

Format
Large Print
Pagination
612 p. (large print)
Number of pages
612

ID Numbers

Open Library
OL20947384M
ISBN 10
0446580198
Library Thing
990503
Goodreads
882424

Work Description

In Washington, D.C, where power is everything and too few have too much of it, four highly eccentric men with mysterious pasts call themselves the Camel Club. Their mission: find out what's really going on behind the closed doors of America's leaders.

The assassination of the U.S. Speaker of the House has shaken the nation. And the outrageous iconoclasts of the Camel Club have found a chilling connection with another death: the demise of the director of the Library of Congress's rare books room, whose body has been found in a locked vault where seemingly nothing could have harmed him.

A man who calls himself Oliver Stone is the groups unofficial leader. Staying one step ahead of his violent past and headquartered in a caretaker's cottage in Mt. Zion Cemetery, Stone, drawing on his vast experience and acute deductive powers, discovers that someone is selling America to its enemies one classified secret at a time. When Annabelle Conroy, the greatest con artist of her generation, struts onto the scene in high-heeled boots, the Camel Club gets a sexy new edge. And they'll need it, because the two murders are hurtling them into a world of high-stakes espionage that threatens to bring America to its knees.

From an ingenious con in Atlantic City tho the possible forgery of one of the rarest and most valuable books in America history, to a showdown of epic proportions in the very heart of the capitol, David Baldacci weaves a brilliant, white-knuckle tale of suspense in which every collector is searching for one missing prize: the one to die for...

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March 6, 2022 Edited by Lisa reverted to revision 5
May 3, 2019 Edited by Lisa Added edition details from linked copy.
May 3, 2019 Edited by Lisa Added new cover
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October 31, 2008 Created by ImportBot Imported from Collingswood Public Library MARC record.