TWO DOLLAR BILL, Stuart Woods

Synopsis

Two-Dollar Bill delivers all the storytelling twists and whip-smart banter readers have come to love in Stuart Woods’s thrillers, as suave Manhattan cop-turned-lawyer Stone Barrington is back on his home turf caught between a filthy rich conman – who’s just become his client – and a beautiful prosecutor.
 
Richard says
Woods writes another winner. But remember, you have to enjoy adult comic books. There is no depth to the plot. No character development. No incredible intrigue. It’s just plain simple entertainment and if you are familiar with his Stone Barrington series, you call it enjoyable entertainment.
 
Woods knows how to grab a reader and hold on to them, page after page, chapter by chapter. You just can’t put his books down, most of the time. Like pizza, some are better than others, but none are bad unless you are a serious and  unmitigated book critic. Otherwise, this work will not disappoint, as almost no Stuart Woods book does.
 
Enjoyable.

 

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