It's a pretty good for a quick page-turner. This is the second Stone Barrington book I've read. In both, Stone seems to be a bit on the block-head side, missing significant clues that are apparent to the reader. The brief sex scenes are just plain wooden, as if the publisher told the writer that it needed some requisite sex scenes to sell. (I say delete them because they make no sense to the stories.) For his part, Stone's apparent success as a lawyer is despite his dim wits and inability to identify dishonest women. Maybe he's the fantasy figure for the everyman: successful even though he's not very smart; and he seems to be drawn to women who dump him. Gee...what's wrong with this picture? Stuart Woods has created an interesting character but I wonder if the character defects are intentional.
One of Stuart Woods earlier
Stone Barrington novels ( # 3)
# 1 was good #2 got Better
#3 only added to what will be
a long list of enjoyable reading.
Great twist to this one,surprising
ending,capped off a terrific plot.
Dead in the Water ---- by Stuart Woods c - 1997 ---- Thriller/Mystery ---- So much for Stones relaxing voyage. He learned alot about law in different countries on this sailing trip. ---- Enjoy this read: I thought it was Excellent. ---- RichardPaul
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