HUSH-HUSH, Stuart Woods

HUSH-HUSH, Stuart Woods

Stone Barrington faces down a rival with cutting-edge tactics in this heart-racing thriller from the #1 New York Times bestselling author.


Synopsis
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….

Richard says…
It may be time to take a break from Stuart Woods as I am being more critical than complimentary, often criticizing him for showboating. In this book, he showcases his knowledge about firearms. Usually he is showcasing his knowledge about flying which is not overlooked in this book either.

Straightforward story about our protagonist, Stone Barrington, alienating the Russian mob who now seek revenge. With the help of a man who must be the civilian equivalent to a fully-dressed, ultimately trained US Navy Seal, Ed Rawls, the mob meet up with more than they expect, more than for which they were prepared.

Simply a shoot ’em up, sock it to ’em modern day western. I am ambivalent in recommending it as a good read.

 

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