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Dirt by Stuart Woods
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Apr 27, 12

it was ok
Read from August 29 to 30, 2011

In this second Barrington Stone outing, the plot moves fast but the characters are a bit flat. I've read most of the Stone books and this has to be one of my least favorites.

A person or perhaps group of people begin publishing the dirt on some of New York and LA's elite. Who are these people and why are they doing this? These are the questions Stone sets out to answer. Unfortunately, the plot is thin, there is not enough character development and there are some shady things that Stone normally would not let pass by.

I am a big fan of the series and am glad I listened to this audiobook only because there are characters introduced and re-introduced that I know will have significant meaning later.

Dirt is only worth reading if you are investing yourself in reading the entire Stone Barrington series.


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