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Publisher's Summary

Stone Barrington is back and better than ever in the astonishing new thriller from New York Times best seller Stuart Woods.

Stone Barrington has returned to Paris to attend to some business concerns, and finds himself embroiled in high-stakes trouble on both sides of the pond. An old enemy is still in hot pursuit, and this time he might have a powerful local resource on his side: a gentleman with his own ax to grind against Stone. And back in the United States, the swirling rumor mill threatens to derail a project of vital importance not just to Stone but to the nation. Though Stone is no stranger to peril, never before has he faced threats from so many directions at once.

©2014 Stuart Woods (P)2014 Penguin Group

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Disappointment!

What disappointed you about Paris Match?

Too much sex and not enough substance. Very weak plot and story lines. Last Stuart Woods book, Cut and Thrust was one of his better novels. Maybe did not spend much time cranking this one out.

Has Paris Match turned you off from other books in this genre?

Have read every Stuart Woods book. This was the weakest one.

What does Tony Roberts bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?

You can't get a better reader/narrator than Tony Roberts!

You didn’t love this book... but did it have any redeeming qualities?

Love Stone Barrington and the usual characters.

Any additional comments?

Always fun to feel like I'm jet-setting with Stone and his friends, relatives, and enemies.

5 of 5 people found this review helpful

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long way from 1 to 31

What would have made Paris Match better?

I can't be bothered

What do you think your next listen will be?

jo nesbo

Would you be willing to try another one of Tony Roberts’s performances?

yes

What character would you cut from Paris Match?

the main character, what a .........

Any additional comments?

what once might have been good is now simply awful

1 of 1 people found this review helpful

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Not worth a credit!

Too many love starved women fighting over him. Dumb and dumber. The sex scenes were vulgar and unnecessary Way too much political yada yada.Overall a very dull read. I have read most of the Stone Barrington books but this one was ludicrous. The last one should have warned me not to pr-order. Never again. Even Tony Roberts couldn't save this lemon.

3 of 4 people found this review helpful

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ANOTHER GREAT BOOK BY STUART WOODS

I always enjoy these books about Stone Barrington and all the characters that make up his world

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It's a Stone Barrington adventure

It's one of his adventures in spending money and not catching VD from one of the many women he's screwing

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Good book for escapism.

I never knew that Paris had such intrigue. So did Kate win? What type of jet is a Mustang with side-by-side seating?

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Scraping the bottom of the barrel

I used to be a fan of Stewart Woods but the Stone Barrington books are awful.

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Never Again

Every time I listen to a Stone Barrington novel, I say "never again". I think I even returned one of them. They are preposterous. (He gets invited to spend election night in the Lincoln Bedroom, for goodness' (well) sake. One of his girlfriends is the campaign director for the First Lady, who is running to succeed her husband. He is under the protection of the CIA, sleeping with three women, flying around in a Gulfstream, and opening a hotel in Paris. You could make this up yourself. Never again.

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Suspense at its best

Unbelievable event developments with no indication of what was to occur next. A definite attention holder and well read. Great book.

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Thrilling

This book exceeded my expectations.
Just an awesome story!!!
If advise everyone to read it I know they'd really enjoy it !