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Paris Match - Stuart Woods

Paris Match

By Stuart Woods

  • Release Date: 2014-10-07
  • Genre: Action & Adventure
Score: 4
From 457 Ratings


Stone Barrington finds himself in a dark place in the City of Light in this international thriller in Stuart Woods’s #1 New York Times bestselling series.

When some business arrangements demand his personal attention, Stone Barrington jaunts off to Europe and immediately finds himself embroiled in trouble on both sides of the pond. In Paris, an old enemy is still in hot pursuit, but now he has the aide of a powerful man with his own ax to grind against Stone. And back in the States, the churning rumor mill threatens to derail a project of vital importance to the entire nation. From the bright lights of Paris to the staid paneled boardrooms of Capitol Hill, at risk is not just Stone’s reputation, but his very life...


  • YAWN!!

    By Rick in AL
    Another formulaic Stone Barington story consisting of very little actual story woven into a large collection of improbable sexual encounters and tedious small talk. Sad to see what used to be a decent series degenerate into this crap.
  • Paris Match

    By Je're
    Very good. The length could be longer but once again the story was fabulous as is all your stories. When will the next book be out. Can't wait.
  • Paris Match...another great read! Read it!

    By JayAur
    The Stone Barrington series seldom disappoints. This one is another of Mr. Woods' successes. It is a quick moving story line that makes for enjoyable time well spent. Beats the H#ll out of watching mind numbing TV.
  • Awful

    By Billyroy7
    I've been a huge fan of Stuart Woods books but the last couple have been pretty poor, this one is awful. I suspect someone else are writing these for him. Stuart, have you no shame?
  • Simple and lovable

    By Denice Mandras
    Love the stone series. Simple books with a lot of pleasure. The mega wealthy perfect gentlemen who loves all women. The ultra rich or ultra powerful woman, that are hard to hate. Add in some CIA employees and its a delectable series. To me, it's the perfect book as a companion to a bubble bath or when you need your real world to disappear for a couple hundred pages. The only thing that has ever disappointed me, is the authors final pages. His request to write to me with only "I love your book" or "I hate your book" letters. It's too bad I'm in love with Stone too much to let him go. Until the next time, Mr. Barrington.
  • Paris match

    By Daking 13
    I've read every book Stuart Woods has written, and have begun to recognize the pattern. One can almost tell when he has a balloon mortgage payment or another major debt due by the timing and quality of his work. This tome is so lacking in plot development, and relying on meaningless gratuitous sex that it is beyond annoying. Stuart, put on your big boy pants, and spread out the number of titles in order to turn a buck.Start telling good stories that are worth the price of the book.
  • Paris match

    By Sailboatdave
    Of all the Stewart Woods I have read, which is almost all of his books, this is the worst I have read. Very disappointing.
  • Paris Match

    By Amuhia
    As always, a great book & left us hanging & hoping Kate wins the Presidency.