Sex, Lies and Serious Money

Sex, Lies and Serious Money

Book - 2016
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Fresh off the runway at Teterboro, Stone Barrington arrives home to find an unexpected new client on his doorstep, anxiously soliciting his help. But everything is not as it seems, when the client reveals the true nature - and value - of his recent turn of fortune. From luxury New York high-rises to the sprawling New Mexico desert, his client is pursued from all angles . . . and Stone quickly learns that easy money isn't always so easy.
Publisher: New York :, G.P. Putnam's Sons,, 2016
ISBN: 9780399573941
0399573941
Characteristics: 339 pages
Alternative Title: Sex, lies & serious money

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ArcticAndy
May 10, 2017

What a waste of time - this book should not be in the adult mystery section, the plot was at the grade five level and the characters were not realistic. Too many good authors out there for me to waste more time on Stuart Woods.

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22950004717021
Feb 19, 2017

Has to be the most boring book I have read in a long time. Really glad I did not pay for it. Good read for a 12 year old.

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carol507
Feb 06, 2017

A fast read - read in one night!!

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dickm128
Jan 24, 2017

What is going on?
Is this what happens when the authors get old and senile?
This book reads like a poorly written high school assignment.
BORING..
Dick

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nishacar
Jan 03, 2017

It was the worst book i have read. It was boring, predictable and dragged on with no excitement. It was a waste of time ordering this book and could barely keep an interest in reading. Skimmed through the book.

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snake911
Dec 19, 2016

The title says it all. Unfortunately, that's all there is. Although customarily a fun, silly read, this Stone Barrington book is so boring and predictable as to be a waste of time. Yes, all the Barrington books follow the same format, but this one seems to have been written by a robot, cutting and pasting dialogue and situations from previous books. The usual cast of characters have no good lines. The new characters are more stupid than expected. Stale, tedious plot does nothing to liven up the tiresome nature of this novel.

akasq Nov 14, 2016

winning the lottery is a dream come true, and no one tells it better than Stuart Woods.
It's nice to read, how many times Stone Barrington get
laid.
A fun book.

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