Unintended Consequences, Volume 26

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Penguin Group (USA) Incorporated, 2013 - Fiction - 320 pages
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Stone Barrington finds intrigue abroad in the sensational new thriller by the New York Times–bestselling author.   Stone Barrington is no stranger to schemes and deceptions of all stripes—as an attorney for the premier white-shoe law firm Woodman & Weld, he’s seen more than his share. But when he travels to Europe under highly unusual circumstances, Stone finds himself at the center of a mystery that is, even by his standards, most peculiar. Two unexpected invitations may be the first clues in an intricate puzzle Stone must unravel to learn the truth . . . a puzzle that will lead him deep into the rarefied world of European ultrawealth and privilege, where billionaires rub elbows with spooks, insider knowledge is traded at a high premium, and murder is never too high a price to pay for a desired end. It soon becomes clear that beneath the bright lights of Europe lurks a shadowy underworld . . . and its only rule is deadly ambition.

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Review: Unintended Consequences (Stone Barrington #26)

User Review  - Sian Loehrer - Goodreads

I found the book to be very light in terms of character development. I would call this a light and fluffy read. If you want something more gritty with more substance, read something else. Read full review

Review: Unintended Consequences (Stone Barrington #26)

User Review  - Nel - Goodreads

I enjoyed this Stone Barrington book. At least he was at home most of the time instead of fighting crime overseas (he was overseas in England at the beginning of the book but it was interesting). New characters are introduced in this book that will pop up in later books, I'm sure. Read full review

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Stuart Woods is the author of fifty-two 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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