As usual Stone Barrington kept me entertained. Great read.
I agree - Woods is expending little effort on this series. Fast read but no depth or complexity. Each woman is successful in male-occupied occupations - thanks for that - but none of them have a personality. And they all want to have a one-night stand with Stone. That's liberation for you. Every male character sounds the same within his own socio-economic class, i.e., just like Stone or a cop or a crook. I did read the whole thing however.
Things are getting a little to
easy for Stone Barrington.
(getting laid ,making money
and meeting new friends.)
Enjoyable in a cooking
Woods continues to decline as a serious writer, It seems like he just mailed this one in. Maybe its the pressure of coming up with a new title every few months or so, or maybe he is just farming them out now to ghost writers.
I had not read a Stuart Woods book for quite some time, and now I remember why.
sophomoric writing and pandering to the lowest denominator of reader.
I couldn't finish it.
Another one, just like the other ones and that's not bad. An extra star for downplaying the politics.
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