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Stone Barrington faces down a rival with cutting-edge tactics in this heart-racing thriller from the number one New York Times best-selling author.

Stone Barrington is settling in for some downtime in New York City when an anonymous enemy makes himself known. This nameless foe's threats hit close to home, and before Stone can retaliate, the fearsome messages turn into very real consequences. With the help of old friends - and a lovely new tech-savvy acquaintance - Stone sets out to unravel the fatal agenda. But as the web of adversaries expands, Stone realizes that no place is safe, and he'll have to flush out the mastermind before he and those closest to him are silenced for good.... 

©2020 Stuart Woods (P)2020 Penguin Audio

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Violent, Stupid and pointless

Improbability‘s pile up on absurdity in the story which really has no plot is extremely violent and makes no sense. Every time President Holly Barker comes on the scene I cringe with the absolute ridiculousness of the idea of her being President of the United States. Stuart Woods icreativity has definitely run out of gas and instead of shooting strangers in their head they should probably just shoot stone And put him out of our misery!

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Not the best

Just wasn’t up to the usual exciting storyline. The narrator one of my favorites, sounded like he had a cold or was very tired.

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HUSH-HUSH

I was greatly disappointed. I stopped listening twice because it was so boring. They spent almost the entire book hunkered down in one place or another. The sex was so bland I couldn’t believe Stuart Woods wrote those parts. The character of Rocky needed to be fleshed out more. No pizzazz. Only at the very end of the book did the book get worth listening to. I have ALL the Stone Barrington books loaded on my phone and I have been listening to them for the second and third time because I love this series. I’m sorry to say this one disappointed me.

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Less five books very boring

The writing style has clearly changed I’ve listen to every book by Stuart Woods the last five of stone Barrington have been extremely boring

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Love the stories but as much as older series books

I love the Stone Barrington stories. But the latest few books in the series have let me down. They are not as good as the older books in the series. Instead of releasing four books in the series per year, why not spend more time writing a novel that is more in depth and with a more detailed story. I'll continue to buy and read the novels, but my impressions of the latest stories are that they are store cash register checkout books. Love listening to Tony Roberts read the stories. He may be the reason I continue to follow the series.

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Slyos69

This book was too much like the last ! Mr. Woods isn’t writing the way he was. Last two books were giant let downs !!!

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Stone’s back!

One of the best most recent Woods’ books Definitely a 🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟 Plot that kept you interested with the usual wide array of characters.

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It’s good

One of the best books from woods in a bit. I like it better and better

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Great book

I own every Stone Barrington book, and this is one of my favorites, I won’t spoilt anything, but the ending was fantastic. On a small side note, I got a chuckle out of mentioning an older book as part of the “reading material” for a character in this book,

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ov4rall

like a visit w an old friend , tellingvuou a tale of his adventure. loved it