Latest Stone Barrington Novel. Good, Quick Read in Large Print.
Lawyer Barrington is told by his employers Woodman & Weld to sue the biggest crime lord in NY on behalf of the hapless Herbie Fisher. This turns out to be very dangerous to his health. As usual his old partner Dino Bacchetti has his back.
Stone Barrington is one of my favorite characters and he doesn't disappoint in this book. While enjoying jis late night dinner at Elaine's, he gets hoodwinked into representing a sleazy con man who leads him directly to the mob. Full of danger and romance.
Stuart Woods is one of my favorites, and this is definitely his best so far. It's the usual suspense, murder and mayhem. Loser Herbie Fisher is one of the main characters in this one, and it's pretty funny. This has no dull moments whatever, a fun ride.
Herbie Fisher, Esquire is back! Stone's loser acquaintance, Herbie Fisher, is back, this time with a mail-order law degree, and he wants to sue Mafioso Dattila the Hun. Bodies are flying everywhere. Stone Barrington solves two mysteries in his usual debonaire manner. One of the better recent Stone Barrington novels, this one will have you laughing at the witty repartee.
Stuart Woods "Stone Barrington Novels" are quick, simple reads. Filled with a lot of dialogue, Stone and his friend Dino solve cases with a bit of applied skill and circumstanstantial luck. In every novel, Stone a romantic fling.
"Fresh Disasters" brings Stone into contact with the NY Mafia.
Stone Barrington embarks on his most dangerous adventure yet when he takes on a job as a lawyer for a sleazy and clueless con man - and ends up getting embroiled in the underworld of the New York mafia. It started out as just another late night at Elaine's, where Stone was eating a porterhouse steak and enjoying the company of his friends. But when Herbie Fisher, a notoriously not-so-sharp swindler, walked in, the pleasant atmosphere turned to ice.