Cold Paradise (Stone Barrington Series #7)

Cold Paradise (Stone Barrington Series #7)

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Cold Paradise 4.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 64 reviews.
jdavidlister More than 1 year ago
Great series.
fellowmysterywriter More than 1 year ago
Heard him speak at a writer's convention. Wish he could write as funny as he speaks. His work is great escapism -- clear writing, without the depth of Grisham or "heavier" murder mystery writers... but great fun!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I have just discovered Stuart Woods books. In particular, I have enjoyed his Stone Barrington character most of all. Lots of action and always a surprise on the next page. His books are hard to put down and get some work done or go to sleep. He has kept me up several nights, but I'm not complaining.
KayTN More than 1 year ago
I'M HOOKED ON THE STONE BARRINGTON SERIES BY MR. WOODS. READ IN SEQUENCE, THEY'RE LIKE YOUR FAVORITE TV SHOW, YOU CAN'T WAIT FOR THE NEXT ONE.
Stevie_Jo More than 1 year ago
I didn't know when I first picked up the book that was part of a series. I guess. There's a lot of back-story that isn't really explained thoroughly. Not the way it would be if this were the first time the reader learned about it. So, if you want to read this book--and I think you should--be aware of that. It didn't take long for me to figure out that was the way this story was going to be. A lot of characters that I felt I should know, but didn't. They were briefly explained, though, and I was glad for it. Although it appears I've picked up in the middle of Stone Barrington's life, I'm at least acquainted with him and those around him. But that's about all I felt: acquainted. I didn't feel as though I really knew anyone. Not even the characters I know were new to Stone. Really, it felt as though this entire book was written as a screenplay first, then converted to a novel by added a few more details. But not many. There were only details and descriptions where it seemed desperately required. The rest of the story consisted of explanatory dialogue, sex, random dialogue, and single sentences denoting where, what, or who the characters were doing/going. Still, I had a good feel for the story and all that was going on. It was simply written: no fanciful words where they weren't needed; no extended descriptions of a coffee table or something like that. I began and finished it in the same day, so that tells you it was a page-turner. There wasn't any hardcore suspense, but there was just enough of it to keep you interested in what was going to happen next. Just when one event seemed to come to a close, something else happened to open it wide up again. It moved rather quickly, which I enjoyed. It wasn't too quick, though, that I could not understand what was happening. A good deal of back-story was given to fascilitate it. It was well-played as a sexy mystery. I enjoyed trying to figure out "who done it," and I will admit that I already figured out part of the mystery about halfway through the story. I think other readers will, too. Still, the ending--while not a complete shock--was a mild surprise. It was a solid ending with things wrapping up in a nice way, but not so nice that the story had a "happy" ending. It actually did well at leading into the next installment (there's an excerpt at the end) and making me want to continue it. Very well played.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Another good book by Stuart can't wait to read the next one. Short forever.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
woods never disappoints with a stone barrington book GREAT audio
pm1190 More than 1 year ago
All of the Stone Barrington serie have kept me instrested. Can't wait to start the next novel
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What can I say another great read from Stuart Woods on my favorite bad boy Stone Barrington!
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MJ6 More than 1 year ago
One of his best.
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