Stone Barrington faces down a rival with cutting-edge tactics in this heart-racing thriller from the #1 New York Times bestselling 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....
His book is the same every time lately. Stone gets sex. Someone trying to kill him. He travels to all his homes. Need to change it up.
I’ve read every book Woods has written to date. Yes I was a fan. There is only so many times I can read the same book with a different title. Hush Hush ended it for me. I felt used reading the same story with absolutely no new twists, no real excitement. The traveling was pointless, dangling incomplete sub themes, I.e., Holly coming to New York, ok, I’m moving on, by Stuart
First half of book is filled with too much way-too-casual sex and adolescent and glib repartee — much more than usual. One wonders is Stone will ever grow up. Also, it isn’t clear to the reader why Stone is once more the target of Russian assassins , nor why the Greek is after him. It’s Ed the latter should be angry at, not Stone. And what’s with the younger Russian being introduced? He’s an unnecessary minor distraction . Second half with all the action in Maine is better, but like some others in the series, the book ends too abruptly — as if Woods simply got tired of writing it. Finally, Woods needs a new plot line: Stone always being the target of someone wanting him dead is getting a little old.
Excellent as always. More action than normal. Loved it!⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
Poorly written—amazing these pass for books. They should be reclassified as second grade reading.
Nothing original or that interesting in this one. I know because I’ve read all of the Stone Barrington books. In reading these books and others like it I’ve learned to let a lot go. But buying that Russian thugs could place an explosive in the “supposedly” fortified home of a part time CIA operative and sometimes “hotel” of the president was a bit much to swallow.