Severe Clear

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G. P. Putnam's Sons, 2012 - Fiction - 305 pages
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Stone Barrington is called to Bel-Air to oversee an exclusive event that will gather the top echelons of the beau monde: Hollywood starlets, socialites, politicos, billionaires from overseas. It’s a task in which Stone has a personal stake, and one that is made all the more pleasurable—though somewhat more complicated—with the arrivals of two beautiful women with whom he’s intimately acquainted.

But the grand occasion has also attracted a dangerous criminal group with sinister plans. The hunt to find them leads Stone into a complex web of deceit and misdirection, in a world where the intrigues of government intelligence collide with the clandestine machinations of the upper crust. As he draws nearer to his quarry, he realizes that the stakes are higher than anybody could ever imagine . . . and that the enemies he’s seeking might just be hiding in plain sight.

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Review: Severe Clear (Stone Barrington #24)

User Review  - Shandi Leonard - Goodreads

Another great piece of work by Stuart woods! When you first start reading you are immediately introduced into a plot for a bombing. With the new arrival of stones project left by his late wife people ... Read full review

Review: Severe Clear (Stone Barrington #24)

User Review  - Greer Andjanetta - Goodreads

A somewhat different theme for a Stone Barrington story. This is more about a terrorist plot to assassinate the US president with a nuclear bomb at the opening of a hotel in California than the usual ... Read full review

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About the author (2012)

Stuart Woods is the author of fifty novels, including the New York Times?bestselling Stone Barrington and Holly Barker series. He is a native of Georgia and began his writing career in the advertising industry. Chiefs, his debut in 1981, won the Edgar Award. An avid sailor and pilot, Woods lives in New York City, Florida, and Maine.

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