Book Reviews of Dirt (Stone Barrington, Bk 2)

Dirt (Stone Barrington, Bk 2)
Dirt - Stone Barrington, Bk 2
Author: Stuart Woods
ISBN-13: 9780061094231
ISBN-10: 0061094234
Publication Date: 9/1/1997
Pages: 448
Rating:
  • Currently 3.8/5 Stars.
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3.8 stars, based on 190 ratings
Publisher: HarperTorch
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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enjoyed this book very much I always enjoy Woods books as he is a great writer. donna
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This is an abridged version. Stone Barrington faces a vexing mystery in another compelling thriller.3 hours on 2 tapes, read by actor Tony Roberts.
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I enjoyed this book. I like how the story meanders about and at some points seem like a different novel all together but Woods, then brings the subplot and the main plot together. I have read another Woods books in the series that meandered to the point of unrecognizable. I enjoyed the characters in this book and am excited to continue this series.
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Excellent, fast moving, enjoyable reading
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Awesome book! I always get caught up in Stuart Woods book! You will not regret reading this book! It has murder, suspense, romance and humor.
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I should've read this one a long time ago when I thought Woods was a good author, however, I have grown tired of the puppet characters and the puppet dialogue, people don't talk like that in real life and if they do then they must be snobs.

It might be easier to stick with if it was only about 320 pages instead of 400+, too many sex scenes that are just ridculous and unnecessary.

Needless to say---I don't read Stuart Woods anymore
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A great read! Fast, keeps you on the edge of you seat with lots of surprises!
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Nothing Better than dirt just ask Amanda.
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Great book in the Stone Barrington Series.
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A riveting story with a twist. Stuart Woods always tells a great tale.
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Under the whispers, secrets and scandal, theres nothing but DIRT....Amanda Hard a gossip columinst exposes all. A mesmerizing tale of betrayal, murder and tabloid terror.
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Another mystery in the Stone Barrington series! Nasty gossip columnist Amanda Dart has the tables turned on her, as someone faxes the media details of her private life. Murder follows, of course!
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Very good, excellent author.
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Another excellent Stone Barrington book!
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Scandals, secrets, betrayal, murder and tabloid terror. What more could you want in a book?? A real page-turner..."brisk sex".."the action (is) quick and the entertainment value high." Meet Amanda Dart, gossip columnist who has made her share of enemies. Now the tables are turned and Amanda is the subject of faxes detailing her personal and private peccadilloes.
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Great Stone Barrington book
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Great summer read.
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Very good early Barrington novel, introduces Arrington, who we see alot in later books. Classic Stone Phillips style wit and intrigue.
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Interesting story - the tv show must be loosely based on the book.
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2nd in Stone Barrington series. Lots of twists.
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Reminds you of some of the tabloid journalism going on in todays world.
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Stone Barrington is kept busy, both in and out of bed, trying to solve the mystery of who is publishing the scandle sheet "Dirt". Fast read.
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Another well-done book by Stuart Woods even though the plot seems a bit contrived at times.
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Typical Stone Barrington novel....fun and fast read
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I'm not sure if I'm going to read many more of these. The stories seem a little slow to me....we'll see.
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Gossip columnist Amanda Dart hires Stone Barrington to uncover who is sending out faxes revealing her own pecadillos. Stone soon finds that the stakes behind the messages are much bigger than a bit of embarrassment.
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wOODS AT HIS BEST. LOOKING FOR MORE OF wOODS BOOKS.
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loved this one.
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Another good read from Woods.
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#2 in the series, I liked it!!
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Love all Stuart Woods books and this is no exception. Good mystery.
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From the back of the book: Feared and loathed for her poison pen and ice-queen persona, gossip columnist Amanda Dart has made her share of enemies. Then the tables are turned. An anonymous gossipmonger is faxing Amanda's personal and private peccadilloes to anyone who can read. Desperate to save her reputation, she enlists the help of New York lawyer and private investigator Stone Barrington to learn the identity of the faxer. And everyone in the world of tabloid journalism becomes a suspect.
But the faxes don't stop. In fact, they get worse. And Stone winds up with more leads than one man can handle, until Amanda takes matters dangerously into her own hands and turns the world of gossip on its head. As the circle of suspects shrinks, Stone discovers that even the most respected members of the social scene will stop at nothing..even homicide...to clear their sullied names, in this mesmerizing tale of betrayal, murder, and tabloid terror.
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Feared and loathed for her poison pen and ice-queen persona, gossip columinist Amanda Dart has made her share of enemies. Then the tables are turned. An anonymous gossipmonger is faxing Amanda's personal and private peccadilloes to anyone who can read. Desperate to save her reputation, she enlists the help of lawyer and private investigator Stone Barrington to learn the identity of the faxer. But the faxes don't stop. In fact they get worse. And Stone winds up with more leads than one man can handle. As the circle of suspects shrinks, Stone discovers that even the mosts respected members of the social scene will stop at nothing--even homicide to clear their sullied names in this tale of betrayal, murder and tabloid terror.
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feared and loathed for her poison pen and ice-queen persona,gossip columinst amanda dart has made her share of enemies.then the tables are turned.an anonymous gossipmonger is faxing amanda's personeal and private peccadilloes to anyone who can read. deperate to save her reputation,she enlists the help of new york lawyer and privat4e investigator stone barrington to learn the identity of the faxer.and everyone in the world of tabloid journalism becomes a suspect.
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I was not familiar with the writings of Woods and found this story to be a bit on the risqué side BUT the more I got into the story and characters it became a funny but tragic story.

As some of the media critics wrote; "Dirty Fun" and "Delightfully Nasty".

I must now find more of his books.