Foreign Affairs

Foreign Affairs

A Stone Barrington Novel

Large Print - 2015
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Traveling to Rome to attend a mandatory meeting abroad, Stone Barrington finds his hopes for turning the trip into a vacation dashed in the wake of more trouble than he anticipated.
Publisher: Waterville, Maine :, Thorndike Press,, 2015
Edition: Large print edition
ISBN: 9781410480224
Branch Call Number: WOODS
Characteristics: 343 pages

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whizzylinda
Oct 10, 2017

This book was like a bad James Bond movie: he sleeps with the woman, beats the mafia, is loaded with money, knows presidents...I just couldn't stand it

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7626dee
Jun 26, 2016

I have read several of Wood's books and this is simply awful. He has reduced his character to a world class show off-who I know, who I sleep with, how important I am. A good writer gone very bad, skip this one.

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slang123
May 16, 2016

The Stone Barrington stories are always a good, non-taxing read. (I do find Stone's power a little farfetched, however.)

Although "Foreign Affairs" is good entertainment, the writing style is a bit brusk for me. I enjoy more time spent on language structure. The novel is nothing but plot.

akasq Nov 04, 2015

Stone Barrington is on top of the world in this one. always a new woman, lots of cash and more help with his friends than he nears.

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Joyce1946
Aug 20, 2015

avail. oc.13

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