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Naked Greed

by Stuart Woods

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Ok book about the mob. Stone is a James Bond type character with a bullet proof car, a favorite cocktail, and a selection of women who all melt into his bed. ( )
  jnechiporenio | Nov 29, 2017 |
Naked Greed was readable and exciting; but, the excitement just kept coming and coming and coming. Sometimes to the detriment of the plot. Stone finds a nympho maniac and gets tired after only two nights. She recurs with different characters in the book--passed around. Dino acts like a detective, not like Tom Sellick the "PC". making big decisions. At least, we're back to crime and out of politics. The mob comprises the bad guys. There were a lot of cool airplane scenes...would that any of us could just drop it all and jet off to Key West. ( )
  buffalogr | Sep 16, 2017 |
pretty good quick detective
  aRIELbRIESSE | May 12, 2017 |
Awful! ( )
  cygnet81 | Jul 9, 2016 |
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Stone Barrington isn’t one to turn away in the face of danger, so when he witnesses a tricky situation underway, he jumps in to lend a hand. He never expected, though, that this favor would lead to a mutually beneficial business deal with a prominent gentleman who requires the ever-discreet services of Woodman & Weld.
But in the ruthless corporate world no good deed goes unpunished, and Stone soon finds himself the target of a ragtag group of criminal toughs who don’t appreciate his interference in their dealings. From the isolated landscape of Maine to the white sand beaches of Key West, the trail of deception, theft, and murder will lead to a perilous confrontation.

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Okay...what to say about Naked Greed. I can't say that I was overjoyed with the book...but it wasn't the worse one I have ever read either. It was readable but the same as all the books. Another adventure of Stone climbing in and out of bed with several different women and dodging bullets along the,way. Woods needs to step the storyline up a little, maybe marry Stone off again. My advice? Re-read some of the really good old Stone Barrington novels. ( )
1 vote Carol420 | May 31, 2016 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0399174664, Hardcover)

Stone Barrington is back in the thrilling new adventure from the #1 New York Times–bestselling author.
 
When Stone Barrington rescues a prominent brewery owner from an attack by two rogue policemen, he’s thrown into the turbulent world of beer making and distribution, where the stakes are higher than he ever could have expected. . . .

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Rescuing a prominent brewery owner from an attack by two rogue policemen, Stone Barrington is catapulted into the turbulent, high-stakes world of beer-making and distribution.

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