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Jackpot

By: Stuart Woods,Bryon Quertermous
Narrated by: Tony Roberts
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Publisher's Summary

Teddy Fay hedges his bets in the latest thriller from number-one New York Times best-selling author Stuart Woods.

When Peter Barrington and Ben Bachetti come under threat while working at a film festival abroad, Teddy Fay is lured to the glittering city of Macau to resolve the problem. He'll soon come to find that world of posh casinos, luxurious developments, and boundless wealth has a dark underbelly of crime and political intrigue...and that the biggest players behind the scenes may be far closer to home than anticipated. 

With international deals and private vendettas at stake, the villains behind the plot aren't about to let Teddy stand in their way. What they don't know is that this seemingly harmless film producer has more than a few tricks up his sleeve.

©2021 Stuart Woods and Bryon Quertermous (P)2021 Penguin Audio

Critic Reviews

"Good for readers who enjoy James Patterson and Harlan Coben." (Booklist)

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Disapapoinbted

I love Stone Barrington and Teddy Fey books but this one is very confusing. There are a zillion characters and although I have started this book 3 times, I cannot understand the plot - characters like Lance Cabot and Millie just appear and disappear - there is no description of where they are and how it looks. I am not sure I will finish it as I still don't get how it fits toggether in the beginning so although I am listening and understand, I can't place the action in any framework., Sorry.

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Terrible

Save your money and time . Boring It didn't deserve the one star. I gave it.

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jackpot

I didn't like it,it wasn't what I expected. you had teddy being out witted by everyone.

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Forced myself to finish

I have loved every Stone Barrington book and every Teddy Fay book, until now. Whereas normally I can’t wait to see what happens, this time I had to force myself to listen through to the end. Sorry, but this was a lame story.
Still, I can’t wait for the next one but really hope it will be like all the others and that this was just a mistake!

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Got halfway through and couldn't take it anymore.

I'm returning this book for credit. Too many characters, creating muddled plots and sub-plots. Story bounces back and forth and is not up to Stuart Woods' style and standards. I have loved Teddy Fay previous books, but this one stinks. Eddie F.

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Extremely tall and boring book… Both in contact and performance. If at all possible I wish to return this book for a credit.

I’m never sure that the subject matter got off the ground… Everything seem to be a repeat none of it particularly interesting… We’re terribly secretive so nobody knows what we’re doing including the writer. I wish to request a credit for return of this book.

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Stuart Woods is a Brilliant writer!

Love Stuart Woods. Followed him for years.
Love Stone Barrington and Teddy Fay. Thanks for a great listen.

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Wood’s worst ever. Don’t bother!

I’ve read most of Stuart Woods books and enjoyed them for what they are: simple, quick reads or listens, perfect for a plane or long drives. However, this seems to follow the path of many authors when they bring in a writing partner. Quertermous, assuming he did most of the work, has presented a very disjointed and difficult to follow story line with an implausible plot and totally redefined the persona of the lead character, Teddy Fay. Fay, previously bold, self assured, and extremely capable appears as someone lacking in conviction and self esteem with a never before exhibited lack of confidence, indecision and somewhat of a lightweight. Woods needs to dump his co-author or hang it up. Anything less is being dishonest.

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Not worth listening

I usually loved all Stuart woods books, simple though they may be.

, but this was ridiculous, too hard to follow, too many characters etc etc

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Disappointing

Not up to usual standard. The story line was too cluttered, for my taste.