In a place dominated by bluebloods and their inherited wealth, along with the nouveau riche, there are surprisingly fewrules of engagement, and Stone finds himself navigating a dangerous course, one where even the most expensive and sought-after status symbols are sometimes stolen and sometimes clever fakes, though no less priceless. With its swift action, bold characters, and wit as dry as th e best martini, Hot Mahogany is another must-read from th e pen of a master entertainer.
©2008 Stuart Woods; (P)2008 Penguin Audiobooks
I've been a fan of Stone Barrington, the main character in this book, a long time. I've listened to about 6 of these books so far.
I've never written a review before but must after reading the review of the person who hated the book.
I really enjoyed it and would recommend it to anyone. I thought it was one of the best of this series.
I'm a great fan of Stuart Woods and was very disappointed with this confusing and inept story.
It appeared as if a book were due and this one was it. a terrible effort. Save your money.
I have been a fan of Stuart Woods, especially the Will Lee series but this book is terrible. It mixes both series, Will Lee and Stone Barrington, but to what purpose? I finally gave up when I became bored with and antagonized by the tawdry dialogue: Stone brings a woman who is his weekend guest to an old man's house. "Is she for me?" And, yes, he leaves her there like discarded luggage. Won't buy his titles until I know that his adolescent alter ego has been dispatched!
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