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Between bedding the billionaire's chef in Palm Beach, hiding from the homicidal Mafia princess he almost married in Italy, and playing games with a Hollywood beauty whose young son may or may not be his very own child, Stone hardly has time to do the job he's been hired for. But when he does, he discovers that the object of his search is still another ex-lover, a woman he thought had been executed on a Caribbean island three years ago. All these women, and all these adventures, plus Stone's old pal Dino, a New York cop, will be familiar to readers of Woods's other Stone Barrington thrillers. This one has Woods's trademark narrative punch, solid pacing, and glossy, brand-name panache. If Judith Krantz wrote thrillers, this is what she'd turn out. But don't let that stop you. Cold Paradise is the perfect book for a hot day in the hammock or a long plane ride to a ritzy resort destination. The only real surprise is why Stone Barrington hasn't made it to the big (or small) screen yet. --Jane Adams --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
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Attorney Stone Barrington has a rather unusual case. Billionaire Thad Shames wants him to find a woman he spent an evening with in the Hamptons a month earlier. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Debra Purdy Kong
I'd like to hang around with Stone Barrington for a couple of weeks, buy $150 dollar shirts for my friends, $50 dollar socks when I need the right shade, know what kind of an... Read morePublished on April 18 2004 by Larry Scantlebury
I am a huge fan of S. Woods, and I LOVE Stone Barrington. He's one of my most favorite continuous characters to read. I have to say I did thoroughly enjoy this book. Read morePublished on June 3 2003 by Nicki in the Burg
It took me a bit to read this book. I am not one to sit and read books in one sitting, like some people. But anyway, this book was good. Read morePublished on Feb. 21 2003 by Christopher Berry
This was my first Stuart Woods book, and I really enjoyed it. Having grown up in Palm Beach County, I decided to give the book a chance. Read morePublished on Jan. 29 2003 by Mandy Morreale
THIS IS THE SECOND BOOK I READ AND LET ME TELL YA, I LOVED IT!! I REALLY ENJOYED HIM BRINGING SOME OF THE CHARACTERS BACK FROM PREVIOUS BOOKS(WHICH I DIDN"T KNOW AT FIRST... Read morePublished on Oct. 10 2002 by "randtsimon"
What a poorly written novel. There are constant errors throughout...on one page the author will say two characters met 3 years ago; 10 pages later he contradicts that and says... Read morePublished on Aug. 16 2002
Stone Barrington, high-money New York City lawyer, ex-cop, and sleuth, takes on a case that seems impossible at first. Read morePublished on Aug. 6 2002 by Mel Odom