Stone Barrington is Back!
Not a man to dwell on the past, Stone Barrington has no choice but to rattle old skeletons when the people closest to him start dying, and he has little to go on but the suspicion that. the killer may be someone he once knew. The trip down memory lane isn't all bad though, for it reunites Stone with his ex-partner, Dino Bacchetti--now head of detectives in the nineteenth precinct.Trying to find a brilliant killer in a sea of old faces is difficult enough without Stone's former love, Arrington, now Mrs. Vance Calder, resurfacing, too--especially when she sets off her own fireworks coming nose to nose with his latest flame, a Mafia princess as beautiful as she is dangerous.
Caught on thrill ride of a case that tests him as none has ever done before, Stone races to find a twisted madman with a taste for blood vengeance, with only a prayer to find him before Stone's worst fears are realized.
CAN HE MAKE WOMAN MORE BORING, July 12, 2003 Reviewer: stvleone from CORAL SPRINGS, FL United States I like the book for only one reason; it's a "fast" read.It's the kind of book I would give to somebody who was going on a plane or trip on a train.Mr. Woods does not give you any material that is going to work the brain or your imagination. His characters do not come alive;they are flat. He gives them no personality; especially the woman.Could he make that Italian woman;Dolce; more sallow?.I think this is the kind of book if you got half way thur and put it down you can start reading it again 3 months later, there not much you can really forget.Since I travel often I would most likey get another Woods book. It's fast- easy reading and is much better than the airline's magazine.