Lucid Intervals

Lucid Intervals

[a Stone Barrington Novel]

Book - 2010
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A brand-new page-turning Stone Barrington novel from the perennially entertaining New York Times -bestselling author.

It seems like just another quiet night at Elaine's. Stone Barrington and his former cop partner, Dino, are enjoying some pasta when in walks former client and all around sad sack Herbie Fisher...with a briefcase containing $14 million in cash.

Herbie claims to have won the money on a lucky lotto ticket, but he also says he needs a lawyer-and after a single gunshot breaks the window above his head and sends diners scrambling, Stone and Dino suspect Herbie might need a bodyguard and a private investigator, too.
Publisher: New York : G.P. Putnam's Sons, c2010.
ISBN: 9780399156441
Branch Call Number: MYSTERY WOO

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akasq Aug 09, 2015

Quite ,Easy reading, Stone Barrington's series are always
interesting and fun.

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RichardPaul
Nov 29, 2010

Review by Richard Paul (Seattle Public Library)
Stuart Woods: Lucid Intervals This novel is a great entertaining read and connects allot of the dots. Stone Barrington and Dino Bacchetti, eating late at Elaine’s, in walks Herbie Fisher with two million cash in a handbag! Carried: by his new girl Sheila. Shots are fired through the front window; everyone at Elaine’s’ are now on the floor. Herbie wants to retain Stone for $1,000,000.00 (dollars). Stone ends up declining the retainer but ends up trapped with Herbie as a client!! Felicity Devonshire Shows up in the midst of all this. She and Stone pick up where they left off. With allot of humor and funny situations. Many of Stuart Woods’s characters of the past novels make their final connection that explains their path of choices. Herbie saves the day and the British Government has to replace the Foreign Minister and the Home secretary. As one they planned to kill showed the two of them, the power of truth and exposure. ______ So then Mr. Woods, when does the big party start?? Richard Paul

Reviewed on May 04 2010 (on old seattle system)

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bekeli
Aug 14, 2010

I love Stuart Woods books but I haven't finished, or really gotten very far into a Stone Barrinton novel for a few years now. I think I'll give up on Stone and just read his other books.

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DL7173
Aug 06, 2010

Light reading; very enjoyable
dialogue with less emphasis on
sex - suspect he's maturing!

mayfairlady May 11, 2010

Stone Barrington is joined by the usual cast of characters. Usual Stone Barrington fare - ends rather abruptly.

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