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Insatiable Appetites (A Stone Barrington Novel) Hardcover – January 6, 2015
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Praise for INSATIABLE APPETITES
“Multiple exciting story lines . . . readers of the series will enjoy the return of the dangerous Dolce.”—Booklist
Praise for CARNAL CURIOSITY
“Stone Barrington shows he’s one of the smoothest operators around . . . entertaining.”—Publishers Weekly
Praise for STANDUP GUY
“Stuart Woods still owns an imagination that simply won’t quit . . . This is yet another edge-of-your-seat adventure . . . Woods is well known for combining thrilling action, fast cars, secrets galore, and a last minute conclusion that keeps his slew of faithful readers very happy. This new offering is no different!”—Suspense Magazine
“Stone fences with federal agents, tangles with thugs, and faces the problem of dealing with $5 million in small bills in the liveliest Barrington novel in some time.”—Publishers Weekly
About the Author
Stuart Woods is the author of more than fifty-five novels, including the New York Times–bestselling Stone Barrington and Holly Barker series. He is a native of Georgia and began his writing career in the advertising industry. Chiefs, his debut in 1981, won the Edgar Award. An avid sailor and pilot, Woods lives in New York City, Florida, and Maine.
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Top Customer Reviews
Anyway, not worth any more time reading any more of these or writing a review of books that now annoy me, rather than entertain me. Too many good authors, who take their writing seriously.
It's all the same daily grind: going to dinner ( and we can't just call green beans, green beans) planning a flight in a private jet somewhere, usually CA. and toss in a woman for casual sex and that's it. Oh, and have his secretary write a check for a million dollars to some political friend. His books have become tiresome. It's as though he grinds them out just to make money. If you ever read the note from the author, he is very pompous saying don't send him ideas for books. Someone should!! I'm DONE with him. I would recommend reading all of Lee Childs books.
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Some of the stiffest prose and dialog this side of a book published in 1893.Read more