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Stealth

A Stone Barrington Novel, Book 51
Written by: Stuart Woods
Narrated by: Tony Roberts
Series: Stone Barrington, Book 51
Length: 8 hrs and 7 mins
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Publisher's Summary

Stone Barrington must trap a ruthless defector in this heart-stopping thriller from fan favorite Stuart Woods.

Stone Barrington is trying to enjoy some downtime at his English retreat, when he's unceremoniously sent off to the remote reaches of the UK and into a deadly snare. As it turns out, this is only the first volley by a rival power, one that has its eyes set on disrupting the peace of the nation. With the help of two brilliant and stunning women, Stone must leverage a new position of power to capture a villain with a lethal agenda. But the closer he comes to nabbing the culprit, the more he realizes there's a bigger plan at work, and a true mastermind who's a force to be reckoned with....

©2019 Stuart Woods (P)2019 Penguin Audio

What the critics say

"This venture into espionage territory makes a refreshing change from the criminal skullduggery Stone usually faces." (Publishers Weekly)

"Smooth, easy-reading escapism in the trademark Woods style." (Booklist)

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another success Stone Barrington!

❤❤❤ Stone Barrington and his adventures can't hardly wait for the next one. ❤❤❤ Thanks.

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  • Nan Christianson
  • 2019-10-18

disappointing plot.

dare I say over-sexed and short on plausibility and mystery or intrigue. headed towards the trashy romance fiction genre

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  • PRFH
  • 2019-10-18

Never again for Stone Barringron!

Stuart Woods usually has an interesting plot and interesting characters, but this was a huge fail! I made myself finish it, but it was silly from beginning to end.

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  • Barbara
  • 2019-12-13

Boring

Very predictable. Too much sex not enough story It was reminiscent of the first book. Sex sex sex!!!

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  • Stephen Miller
  • 2019-11-20

More of the same

While I always enjoy the Stone Barrington novels, and especially love Tony Roberts' reading, that Stone continues to be bestowed with more money, more houses, more promotions, and more "love" interests has almost reached the ridiculous. I read somewhere that Stuart Woods consciously writes about wealth, knowing that it's more fun to read about rich people than poor people, it does make Stone Barrington seem almost supernaturally lucky. Nothing seems to go wrong for him.

But again, it's still a fun read and great for the car.

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  • teresa bare
  • 2019-10-19

Not so good

The book went on & on wanting something to happen. Most of Woods books where exciting and keep you interested in this one I fell sleep on several times

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  • carl
  • 2019-10-16

almost 15 star

interesting story line I was concerned at first that the book was not long enough. and as usual the narrator is fine

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  • Martin G.
  • 2020-01-13

Typical Stone sex romp

I am a real fan of the Stone Barrington series. Although I enjoyed this book, I felt that the story was a bit weaker than the normal ones that I have more thoroughly enjoyed

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  • Phil Lewis
  • 2020-01-12

A bit too British

My first try at a Barrington novel and it was very proper, wealthy British. it just drips with propriety distracting from the plot which wasn't bad. Actually, the main plot seems to be who can Barrington sleep with next. Doubt I'll try another one of these.

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  • Marion
  • 2019-11-27

Good change of direction

I like Stone Barrington’s new employment deal and look forward to his new adventures in assignments from Lance.

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  • Vivian Figueroa
  • 2019-11-13

too boring

many small disjointed pieces, some irrelevant. the title does not convey anything about the story. Sex talks irrelevant .