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Carnal Curiosity

Carnal Curiosity Stone Barrington seems to have a knack for being in the wrong place at the wrong time When Manhattan s elite are beset by a series of clever crimes and Stone is a material witness he and his former pa

  • Title: Carnal Curiosity
  • Author: Stuart Woods
  • ISBN: 9780399164163
  • Page: 251
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Stone Barrington seems to have a knack for being in the wrong place at the wrong time When Manhattan s elite are beset by a series of clever crimes and Stone is a material witness he and his former partner Dino Bacchetti find themselves drawn into the world of high end security and fraud, where insider knowledge and access are limited to a privileged few, and the wealthyStone Barrington seems to have a knack for being in the wrong place at the wrong time When Manhattan s elite are beset by a series of clever crimes and Stone is a material witness he and his former partner Dino Bacchetti find themselves drawn into the world of high end security and fraud, where insider knowledge and access are limited to a privileged few, and the wealthy are made vulnerable by the very systems meant to keep them safe As Stone and Dino delve deeper into their investigation, they learn that the mastermind behind the incidents may have some intimate ties to Stone and that the biggest heist is still to come.

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    1. Three and a half starswhile I have enjoyed all 29 novels in this Stone Barrington series, it is far from the best. It was fun, and the characters are engaging. It is a very entertaining read with a satisfying ending. I agree with Melanie Johnson's review: "Same old Stone Barrington from Stuart Woods. Sex with women he meets within 10 minutes, and trouble following him everywhere he goes," but I disagree with giving it only two stars. It did have a plot (Stone gets robbed and bamboozled by a rece [...]

    2. How could there be be so many good reviews for this book? I have read every one of Stuart Woods' books. There is always some sex but this book begins with sex and goes downhill from there. There is no plot and I am extremely disappointed. No, I did not finish it, nor will I ever read another Stone Barrington novel. They are all the same and Stone has become a character with which I will not waste anymore time. If I could, I would give it zero stars. It is offensive.

    3. Stone Barrington and Stuart Woods are becoming tiresome. This is formulaic fiction at its worst. Stone meets a beautiful insurance investigator who has come to adjust his claim and that's not all she adjusts. Ten minutes later she's in his bed. After a couple of more rolls in the hay she moves on to seduce another target. This is part of a scheme she and her ex-husband are running to burgle wealthy insurance clients.But really the characters and the dialogue are flat as a pancake. Amazing that W [...]

    4. If you're looking for a book that reads quickly, this may be the one; I polished it off in spare time in a single day. It also follows the mundane, laid-back pattern I've found in the series featuring filthy rich attorney Stone Barrington; action happens, but nobody gets excited about it. Case in point from a phone conversation between Barrington and a friend:Friend: "Everything all right?"Barrington: "Well, let's see. I was at a dinner party on Saturday night when four men with shotguns arrived [...]

    5. I am getting bored with the wealthy people in Mr. Woods novels. They all have airplanes, drink champagne, have sex four times a day (often with several people) and spend like there is no tomorrow. And his (through the characters) proselytizing is becoming just a bit much. I stopped reading another author's books because the heroine was such a whiner and people trying to help her kept getting killed because she was so obnoxiously stubborn. Sorry, Stone, but you are close to extinction on my readi [...]

    6. Plot weak and predictable. NOT one of Woods best in the least. Stone Barrington needs to evolve in his character like Dino has done. I will give Woods one more try but if the next one is anything like this one, it will be my last.

    7. Same old Stuart Woods; lots of sex, fast paced action and facile plotting. It's simply a romp that entertains at 3 AM when sleep eludes one.

    8. Another very enjoyable read from Stuart Woods! Stone Barrington is predictable,but always interesting.If you have enjoyed previous books in this series, you will enjoy Carnal Curiosity.

    9. Stone meets a woman. Stone and the woman have drinks and dinner. Stone and the woman have sex numerous times in one night. Stone meets another woman. Stone and the woman have drinks and dinner. Stone and the woman have sex numerous times in one night. One of the women turns out to be bad, leading Stone to become involved in some sort of crime. Stone throws around mountains of money. Holly Barker, Lance Cabot, Max Freeman, and many others from Woods’s novels make token appearances. Stone and Di [...]

    10. Another entertaining book in this series. Thank goodness there were not a lot of murders; get tired of that. Dino and Stone up to their usual antics.Stone Barrington seems to have a knack for being in the wrong place at the wrong time. When Manhattan’s elite are beset by a series of clever crimes—and Stone is a material witness—he and his former partner Dino Bacchetti find themselves drawn into the world of high-end security and fraud, where insider knowledge and access are limited to a pr [...]

    11. Disappointing. This is my second and last book I will try from this author. Seems like it's written by a 12 year boy. Every woman the main character, Stone, meets is gorgeous and just wants to have him. Stone seems involved in every crime around, knows everyone around from the President down, and solves all the crimes. No death or complexity.

    12. Stone's womanizing has becoming boring and unlikely. Women apparently just see him and are dying to sleep with him. He is neither witty nor charming so the only possible reason could be his money, which is just gross. Stone drugs his girlfriend to keep her out of the way and this is just a line in the book as if such a thing is a normal, acceptable practice of everyday life. Beyond gross.

    13. Another typical Stone Barrington book. Woods usually comes up with an okay plot so if you can stick with the book long enough to get to it [my husband couldn't] it makes up for the effort. Stone only likes to eat and have sex and the book is full of it! The best news is that it doesn't take long to read it.

    14. It's a fast read and a good beach book. I've been a Stuart Woods fan even though he and I have diametrically opposed political beliefs. Also bored with his obsession with Stone Barrington's sexual prowess. Puhlease, give me a break. However, his inadequacies don't dismiss my enjoyment of the books

    15. This is my 29th Stone barrington novel and although I have loved every one of the mindless books in this series this was not one of my favorite. Why do I keep going back for more? Because I love Stone. He is a stud. :)

    16. A quick read with action that is not as good as other Woods works. A couple of his more interesting characters including Herbie Fisher and CIA Fay have small bit parts and with them goes much of the humor and excitement. 6 of 10 stars

    17. I did not really get why this book is on the bestseller list. Maybe it is because I have not read the other books in the series, but I felt like it was very bubblegum reading. Light, no real substance.

    18. Carnal indeed. It took only 8 pages for Stone to be curious. Typical Stuart Woods - fast read, little substance, same cast of supporting characters.

    19. Another book about Stone This was pretty silly. We did get to read about all the characters.Mostly fluff. Good for just something to read.

    20. AverageAverageThe Stone Barrington books are getting boring. I doubt if I will read another. There are many more good books available.

    21. Another typical Stone Barrington BookThis book was similar to others with all the usual characters. While I did enjoy it I didn't think it was fully up to par.

    22. Stuart Woods is back with the 29th book in his successful Stone Barrington series, Carnal Curiosity. Stone Barrington is the son of rebellious parents who were disowned by their own parents which is reflected in his own life. He joined the NYPD and served fourteen years as a patrolman and detective before being kicked out of the force. Ever since he was saved from the jaws of poverty by an old law school friend who hired him to be of counsel to Woodman & Weld, a respected law firm, he has ne [...]

    23. A shade too much "carnal" removed any "curiosity" I might have had about this title. Stone Barrington is a walking STD with all the women he barely knows yet jumps into bed with. Really?! Come on. A nice relationship for Stone wouldn't hurt the storyline any. For a smart guy, he sure does make some dumb choices! It is long past time for Stone to get smart and start thinking with the OTHER head for a change.

    24. I enjoy Stuart Woods books. but lately they have gone very sexual.I like a good mystery but now he is having descriptive sex with everyone basically he says hello to.I loved the storyline and the plot but really don't see the need to be having so much sexin the book

    25. Another awesome book for the Stone Barrington series!! It never ceases to amaze me how Stuart Woods can keep coming up with new plots & characters with this series. Each book sucks you in & you can't put them down. Looking forward to starting book #30"Cut & Thrust" as soon as possible!!!

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