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  • Title: The Short Forever
  • Author: Stuart Woods
  • ISBN: 9780451208088
  • Page: 436
  • Format: Paperback
  • The unflappable Stone Barrington comes face to face with two men whose lives are wrapped in shadows and lies and who both still feel the sting of betrayal they can never forget Between a Rock and a Hard Place Hired by an odd client previously unknown to him, Stone arrives in London, on a mission he thinks he understands, but doesn t Soon he finds himself not only out ofThe unflappable Stone Barrington comes face to face with two men whose lives are wrapped in shadows and lies and who both still feel the sting of betrayal they can never forget Between a Rock and a Hard Place Hired by an odd client previously unknown to him, Stone arrives in London, on a mission he thinks he understands, but doesn t Soon he finds himself not only out of his territory, but out of his depth as well Baffled as he is by the behavior of both his quarry and his client, Stone s life is further complicated by two, possibly three, murders and the affectionate attentions of two former lovers When the intelligence services of three countries become involved, he can only hang on for a wild ride and hope for a not too bumpy landing.
    The Short Forever The unflappable Stone Barrington comes face to face with two men whose lives are wrapped in shadows and lies and who both still feel the sting of betrayal they can never forget Between a Rock and a Ha

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    1. Anyone who gave this book a bad review might want to re think why they read Stuart Woods novels They are not classic literature They are escapist fiction You need to check your disbelief at the door I haven t read a Stone Barrington novel in a while and I don t understand why I don t read them often I was caught up in Stone s world I couldn t put the book down It was a fun 300 pages I d love to go to Elaine s and meet up with Stone and Dino for their next adventure Stuart Woods ability to make [...]

    2. I m a huge fan of the Stone Barrington novels, having discovered them in the last few years Stone is a down to earth lawyer, who certainly leads an interesting life Favorite characters like Dino, his ex cop partner, are back in this story, which just adds to the wonderfully mix of interesting and engaging characters, as well as new ones This one was a mystery wrapped up in the mystery, and the levels of intrigue made it a fun, thrilling read Very solid and fun book The characters are well writte [...]

    3. Everyone always has lots of money in Woods Stone Barrington novels This mystery crime edition was fast, light reading two days and fairly entertaining as long as credibility is suspended Not up to four star level.

    4. Callie calls it off Stone goes to London Stone is retained by John Bartholomew to travel to London and return his missing niece Erica Burroughs The all expense paid cush project gets bogged down quickly when Stone finds himself in the middle of US, Brit and other intelligence operatives By chance he stumbles into a former lover Sarah at her engagement party at the Lord of Wight estate Sarah s fiance dies in a bizarre boating accident and Sarah inherits 750M His pursuit of Erica results in his me [...]

    5. I found this book in a beach house rental It was a fast read and the first I have read by the author Stone Barrington, a former cop turned lawyer investigator, sets off on an adventure with many twists and turns The book was interesting up until about 3 4 of the way through Then I started getting confused with new characters introduced and in fact the primary character expresses his confusion as well I also felt he became a little unbelievable as it seems every woman that crossed his path wanted [...]

    6. This insipid story recycles the same basic plot and literary devices from prior books in the Stone Barrington series A dreadful mash up of stolen identities of dead people and using similar character names from previous books in the series Also deceitful, lying, beautiful women who prey on rich, stupid sex led men for their money Eat,drink,sex, repeat

    7. Seems that we are already recycling plots and this is only book 8 of how many Even the names seem to be similar Vance CalderLance Cabot Rich husbands fiancees ending up dead and the wife girlfriend is setup to make millions Still kind of fun, but I m starting to wonder if I will make it through the series or give this up as dead on arrival.

    8. Stone Barrington takes a job and has to go to England Secrecy, lies, deception, and death surround the case Okay so far I will not read another by Stuart Woods Booze, women, sex are included too much are not relevant to the plot.

    9. Stuart Woods introduced so many characters into this mystery that it was difficult to keep them all straight and how they added anything to the plot other than to complicate things.

    10. Just found Stone Barrington to be a pompous jerk and couldn t really get into this story Guess it is a whole series but I won t be looking for other books to read in this series.

    11. Audio Book 7 Hours 22 Minutes 3 out of 5 stars The Short Forever Stone Barrington 8 by Stuart WoodsNarration by Robert Lawrence 2002.I have all the Stone Barrington audiobooks up to 40 and realised I hadn t read any for a while so I tackled the next on my unread list, The Short Forever As I started listening, I remembered what had slowed down my consumption of Stone Barrington the boring, monotonic narration by Robert Lawrence His staccato reading style was way too fast and effectively reduced t [...]

    12. Couldn t stand this book It wasn t badly written just full of really annoying, stupid characters Stone Barrington, an ex cop from New York, is hired to go to London, England to bring back someone s niece Right there I was appalled Why should a grown woman not be able to make her own decisions From there, it just went downhill For someone with the experience of Barrington, he made some elementary, juvenile mistakes It is very annoying to have to depend on the stupidity of the main characters in o [...]

    13. Was a book that kept my interest Stone Barrington s typical travels filled with so many different turns and twists Most of the time you did not know what was going to happen nextThe only thing I did not like was his graphic sex scenes I feel it did not add anything to the book and were unnecessary

    14. I use these books as a break between other, heavier, novels Although this one was so repetitive that it couldn t even hold my attention Hoping the next one is better Since there are 40 in this series, I m thinking they do get better.

    15. The fast moving action was fun to follow I recognized som of the side characters that Syuart had used inthe past and that was fun.

    16. I was not familiar with Mr Barrington This book came to me via the Rescue Mission bookshelves and I will pass it on, with great pleasure.

    17. Good read very complicated but enjoyableGreat book I enjoyed completely1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 dumb requirement may it s time to stop writing these

    18. An interesting read Stone Barrington is in England, for the most part, in this novel, working a job through Woodman and Weld for a client he doesn t know and who isn t whom he appears Between trying to track the man and woman he was sent to England to investigate and dealing with the maybe intentional killing by being knocked overboard a yacht of a long ago friend s fianc e, Stone has his hands full and he seems to be going nowhere fast Until Dino, his former partner, and my favorite character a [...]

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