Absolutely the worst of Woods' books. A shallow tale of bed-hopping in endless variety and little else. The Stone Barrington of earlier novels has become a man of little depth and no morality. Yuck! The only thing to celebrate here is the man's stamina.
Most Boring Stone Barrington book I've read... Up to this point I have loved this series. This one had a weak plot. Very hard to old my interest. Maybe it's time Stone Barrington retires...
I've followed Stone's exploits through fifteen previous books. I found this one shallow and lacking compared to the others. I prefer a little less bed hopping and a little more plot. Not that Stuart Woods cares what I think, as he so eloquently stated in the author's notes in the back of the book. I'm glad that I read a library copy this time around, and I doubt I will be adding any money to your coffers in the future Stuart.
A real disappointment. No surprises except that Woods has turned good guy Stone Barrington into a Lothario.
Usually I enjoy Stuart Woods, but this book lacked any decent plot. In fact, Stone Barrington spent more time fornicating then he did investigating. Hope his next piece of work is better!