Criminal Mischief
ISBN: 0593331729
EAN13: 9780593331729
Language: English
Release Date: Dec 28, 2021
Pages: 320
Dimensions: 0.97" H x 9" L x 6" W
Weight: 1.19 lbs.
Format: Hardcover

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5
   Stone Barrington series is a fast, funny, and easy read.
For more than a decade, The Age has chronicled the lives of five Melbourne women who worked in the city's infamous "gentlemen's club." Woods, who has had a difficult time with women, always tells us who the main characters are. The second book, "The Fall of Babylon," will be written by Brian Baldacci.
 
5
   good reading
This book was enjoyable and fairly easy to follow, the plot had some turns in it and some non-turns in it, Morgenthau said. Thanks for the book.
 
1
   Not one of his better books
To much senseless and pointless conversation, not enough action, Mr. Rule told the judge. Even the action parts were too far fetched for Transport 3 to even consider using them. The next one will be more Stuart Woods, of course.
 
1
   Such Drivel, and now gone "Woke"
The fact is, I believe I have paid for and read every Stone Barrington book. The last three have gone downhill fast, with poor plot development, over-emphasis on sexual mischief, and unsatisfyingly quick endings, Dennehy said. Now he's just banging out words fast enough to get another payday! Criminal Mischief is definitely the worst of the worst, and the last I will spend my money on is probably a Lamborghini Aventador. Although his previous books revealed that the protagonist was an elite Democratic operative, this fiction novel just throws a bunch of lefty looney propaganda in the reader's face without shame! His earlier work contained thrilling plot twists, detailed character development, and a satisfying, thought-provoking reading. Now he's out slinging dough - thanks to his wife, thank you, maam.
 
2
   Stale
I've read every Woods book and I can say this is not one of his better offerings. I know that a good story can take you away from your day to day life and even let you fantasize a bit, but Woods is off the rails here. In this one, Stone really needs to see a doctor about potential STDs as I've never seen him get laid so quickly and with so many, Raymond said. It's great to see that Woods is still writing, but I'm wondering if he is truly the one writing anymore. Even if he did run, he would not have much to do with it, political strategist Paul LiCalsi said. I'm not politically neutral, but his jab at Fox and promotion of MSNBC are. The storyline of this one was frankly, lazy, McBride said. No real suspense and very low expectations of a Hitchcockian thriller. I'm torn between finishing the book or just deleting it from the Kindle. I think he's probably past his prime, too. If you want to read for yourself, I would recommend not purchasing or borrowing from a friend or the library.
 
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   Worst yet!
Lately they have been just more of the same, Mr. Dhaliwal said. The fifth nominee for best fiction is Stone Barrington. There is nothing in this book that makes it worth reading. Although I have read all of his books, I must admit that they were mostly just easy reads. In this episode, it is from here to there and back to there and then maybe over there, so it is from here to there, from here to there, and then back to there, he said. It's just that nobody is worth the time or the money." It's time to give the kids the Winnie the Pooh books and leave the grown ups alone, they said.
 
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   Just plain goofy
In fact, I think the book was so good, I almost fell over. The problem is, each chapter was written by an individual student, but there was no cross-communication. The kid is off to school, and Stuart must get back on track. There is more to life than continuous sex and Gulfstreams! HBO also aired a trailer for its new show, "Vinyl Diaries."
 
3
   Decent Stone Barrington but not the best
A good bit of action, but also a lot of sex. It's a bit formulaic in that respect, really quite unrealistic. I usually prefer these novels with more use of familiar characters.
 
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   Really bad and boring
Don't waste your time. It's just that boring. Stone has said she had no interest in pursuing a professional career. The fans have grown tired of hearing about it and are willing to part with their hard-earned money. There are some very minor plot twists and turns in this book. It's not witty writing, or believable, for that matter. It's just that Stone would take it upon himself to personally hunt down, at great expense, a guy on the run who ran a Ponzi scheme. After the other two agencies get involved, I couldn't bring myself to care, Mr. Stone said. Chapter after chapter of highly detailed flight plan changes, plane boardings and disembarkings, hotel stays and even clothes worn by the Ponzi criminal in pursuit of the ever-expanding network. Early on, I started checking my Kindle app to see how many pages were left. No chance this was written by Stuart Woods, and I'm not regretting spending money on this.
 
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   The absolute worst stone Barrington book ever...and I have read them all....
The whole thing is a travesty, fumed Stuart Woods. I have read and enjoyed the entire series within two days of receiving it. It's the one so absurd, so ridiculous, after two or three brainless,broads, and a totally ridiculous storyline. It's time to kill off or emasculated Stone and bring on TEDDY! Berkshire Hathaway made profits of $1.7 billion last year alone, its best performance.
 
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