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Indecent Exposure

A Stone Barrington Novel, Book 42
Narrated by: Tony Roberts
Series: Stone Barrington, Book 42
Length: 7 hrs and 24 mins
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Trouble always seems to find Stone Barrington, but with his debonair charm, unflappable composure, and cunning foresight, he always gets his man (and his lady).

©2017 Stuart Woods (P)2017 Penguin Audio

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No plot, boring story.

Struggled to pay attention to this one. I love Stuart Woods and the character Stone Barrington but this book was a waste of time and credit. No action, nothing about this book grabs your attention. All the regular characters and a couple new ones. I hope this one is leading us to future action stories with Stone or it might be time to put this series to bed.

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always awesome

I always enjoy these stories and find humor in the ties to reality... always awesome

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Great as always !

I am a raving fan and love the way Stuart Woods weaves the many sub plots into the main story. Easy to listen to and impossible to stop until the very end.

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Is it time to retire Stone?

After 42 books in this series, the author seems to have run out of good material. Maybe Stone Barrington and his friends need to be retired.

This book offered very little in the way of a plot line . The books that included Teddie Fay were interesting and entertaining.

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The gangs all here<br />

Thats better Tony Roberts.
Stone, Holly, Mrs and Mister President..... more
one of the bests in awhile. other stories are good, this one was great.

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great ride!

some fun twists & turns to lidten to. worth the credit I used to get it!

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Stone Cold!

Like dead fish, Stone gets more foul with age. Eating, drinking and f...king his way through &quot;high&quot; society, this is a story only a liberal democrat wannabe could love. The story is so formulaic it's almost laughable. Mr Woods must need to fill up his Cessna, if this book was an ILS, Stuart would be waved off. The only thing worse than this being #42, is that I read the last 5. NUTS! DONE and DONE...bye bye Stone.

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Stone Barrington

I'm in love with Stone and Dino and crew. Tony Roberts brings them to life for me

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Puzzling

This for me was a better than average Stone story. But it left me hanging on several parts. Spoiler alert, the recording of the conversation with the Governor turned out to be inconsequential. Perhaps I missed it’s big scene but I would have preferred it be left out if it didn’t have any overall role in the story. The Protagonist was left out to dry in the story. She played an important role in the story but for me it was rendered useless by circumstance. I could not tell if she was genuinely interested in the governor or taking the advice of her cohort and marrying him for his money. As the story progresses it was less clear for me. Two more items. Initially I was more bothered by the Secret Service being so inept. However, like the USPSs Police group it has been weakened and is no longer the elite group me and the rest of country and believed it once was. Congress gutted the Postal Service and with its Enforcement arm. Once I had occasion to report a problem and was very disappointed with their response. They basically told me to handle it or call the police if it got really bad. The Secret Service has been in the news because of its failure not for being the elite group I believed them to be. The president was on a working vacation being followed by a ship with Secret Service members and a Coastguard Cutter bristling with people and equipment fend off an attract half of the Russian and Chinese Militaries. But they managed to miss another yacht shadowing the President and guest the entire journey. The bad guys[a woman was the leader] used radar to track the Presidential Yacht for most of the journey. They even managed to get to get some salacious pictures and send them back to the U.S.A. completely undetected. Lastly, most of the happy group of criminals were essentially left free. The only one that paid for his crimes was shot to death by the Chauffeur. The other three were allowed to go without any problems. That was in spite of them having been a part in shooting the Secretary of State. Trust me they made enough mistakes to have the Home Alone crooks look like Criminal Masterminds.

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First bad read/listen in Barrington series

I've paid for and listened to every Stone Barrington book up until this one: 41 books in all.

Tony Roberts' expert narration was again up to his usual high standards.

HOWEVER, I just couldn't finish this one. I found its plot perhaps the WEAKEST to-date in this series..I am so disappointed that I am considering returning Indecent Exposure.

Either way, after perusing several reviews of Barrington books #43 on , Fast & Loose (#41) will be my last fondly-recalled listen in this once great and entertaining series .