Two-Dollar Bill (Stone Barrington Series #11)

Two-Dollar Bill (Stone Barrington Series #11)

by Stuart Woods
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Two Dollar Bill 3.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 36 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I've read all the Stone Barrington novels, and I think this one is the best. Mostly because there's not a lot of Stone jumping into bed with someone every 5 pages. I thought this was more suspenseful than the others too. I had a difficult time putting it down. Of course, it¿s a little far-fetched, but so what. It¿s a fun read! Also, this is one of the first novels by Mr. Woods that made me laugh out loud. (The Internet scandal!) Even though I felt bad for him, I had to laugh at all the crazy things that happened to Stone in the first half of the book. The only negative thing I can say about the book, is when Mr. Woods gets political. I don¿t want to hear the political opinions of any celebrity ¿ especially when I just want to be entertained. But, that aside, I thoroughly enjoyed the book, and highly recommend it.
Guest More than 1 year ago
The Stone Barrington stories had been losing their punch, but Woods has restored my interest in this series. Less bed-hopping and more adventure made for a fast moving and exciting story. And his characters are again real, as they were early on.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I have read all of Stuart Woods' novels, and have enjoyed most of them. There are two things that you can always count on that are getting a little old, though. Stone Barrington is having dinner with someone at Elaine's every few pages, and he has no problem bedding the female lead character. It would be refreshing for Stone Barrington to go the entire length of the story without having dinner at all! This one was ok for light reading, but Mr. Barrington is becoming all too predictable, in my opinion.
harstan More than 1 year ago
At Elaine¿s nightclub in Manhattan, lawyer Stone Barrington meets his new client Billy Bob Barnstormer. Stone doesn¿t understand why Billy Bob needs an attorney, but he gets his first inkling that this is the client from the nether regions when someone shoots at them while in a moving vehicle. Billy Bob stays at Stone¿s house for awhile floating a wad of cash including two dollar bills. When his latest client and houseguest vanish, Stone and his girlfriend District Attorney Tiffany Baldwin share some recreational sex.--- The next day on the Justice website, is a video of the DA and Stone having sex; another relationship of Stone¿s is also trashed. Besides the video, Billy Bob left behind a present for his host, the strangled body of a call girl. Stone does an internet search on his former guest only to find that Billy Bob has many aliases in varying corporations. The CIA want Stone to help them find Billy Bob who has stole weapons that terrorists will pay a great deal of money to get their hands on. The FBI wants Stone to help them find Billy Bob who has stolen money in his possession. The DA wants Stone to find Billy Bob not just because of the embarrassing video, but because he stiffed many people with his con games. Stone wants Billy Bob for personal reasons.--- Stuart Woods has created a fabulous hero who can turn from nebbish to dynamo when he feels someone threatens people he cares about. Stone does not know why Billy Bob targeted him, but he knows he must take precautions to stop this psychopath; alas his efforts fail and he becomes a hunter tracking his prey. Mr. Woods provides a delightful Barrington tale in which the enemy will fascinate readers with his outrageous behavior.--- Harriet Klausner
Guest More than 1 year ago
I am a true fan of Stuart Woods' Stone Barrington and Holly Barker characters, and I enjoyed the most recent 'Two-Dollar Bill.' The only gripe I might have is that I think the premise of Stone hopping into bed with all the women that come his way, known or unknown, is getting to be a bit tired. There is never any mention of Stone being concerned about his partner's well-being, as far as sexually transmitted diseases is concerned, and as much as he screws around, there should be.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This is the best book ever! Ilove Stone Barrington and all his adventures, but this one kept me on the edge of my seat. I wanted to hurry to the end to see what would happen, but was sad when it was all over. I can't wait for the next one!!
Guest More than 1 year ago
A Stone Barrington story is always a good one, but this is great. The evil 'client' out to get our hero is quite a character, but Stone always gets his man and this one is no exception. This character is classy, laid back and very smooth. Life should be like that for all of us, not just in a Woods novel. If you do not know Stone Barrington, now is the time to get acquainted and enjoy what so many others have found to be real fun.
Guest More than 1 year ago
From the moment the Big Texan and the new US Attorney for New York comes into his life Stone is up to his neck in Trouble and Beautiful Women. Having old friends Like Arrington, Lance and Dino return, as well as learning about Stone's Son is also exciting. The mention of one Holly and her best friend joining Lance at the CIA Really leaves you panting for the next book Mr. Woods will write. Once you start this book you will have a hard time stopping for any reason.
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JOHN000 More than 1 year ago
One of the greatest of all the Stuart Books I have read. My goal is to read all of his books.
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She pads into the burnt camp, her eyes filling with tears. She remembers the twolegs at ashclan and the death of her brother.
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Big_byrd More than 1 year ago
Two Dollar Bill is back to what I expect from Stuart Woods. Very good and fun to read. The story has some unexpected twists and turns and is never boring. I am, however, getting a little bored with the extent of Stone Barrington's sex life. He's in bed with ever woman he meets to the extent it is beginning to look like page filler. If the writter would fill the pages with adventure and mystery and back off the sexual all-nighters, his books could be 5 stars every time. I keep woundering how long before Stone comes down with some strange croch disease.
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