Stone Barrington hits the streets of Manhattan in search of a dangerous woman-and the circumstances behind the death of a very rich husband.
Back in New York City cop-turned-lawyer Stone Barrington is assigned by his law firm, Woodman & Weld, to aid an important client in her quest to dump her unfaithful husband. Stone thinks the job is ordinary dirty work, but then things take a murderous turn, and the FBI and a foreign intelligence service become involved.
Easy read, very entertaining.
Stone Barrington novel. I think Staurt Woods writes a good mystery with out being gruesome.
Stuart Woods is the type of author that either hits a grand slam or a ground out. There never seems to be an in-between. In my opinion his Stone Barrington series has become very shallow with repetitive plots. Oh for the good old days of "Santa Fe Rules", Orchard Beach and Chiefs.
Dirty Work is a Stone Barrington novel. Stone is a lawyer that is also an ex-cop. He becomes involved with a British Intelligence agent that is in New York on business--dirty business. Stone is hired to get pictures of a philandering husband and becomes involved in the same case as Felicity, the british agent. Stone and Dino, his ex-partner become embroiled in the most bizarre and challenging assignment of their colorful career.
This is my first novel by Stuart Woods but it won't be my last!
Another great Stone Barrington novel! Hard to put down.