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Woods, Stuart

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Stuart Woods is the award-winning author of the cop-turned-lawyer Stone Barrington series.

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Christine Wedemeyer - 06:26am Aug 30, 1999 PST(#10 of 22)

Did anybody read "Under the Lake"? This is my favorite one and it has a very thrilling atmosphere. Didn`t like his other books, but read "Under the Lake" at least 4 times. Good read!

Sheila Pierce - 11:45am Aug 31, 1999 PST(#11 of 22)

I have just recently become a fan of Stuart Woods. I have found all of his books exciting and intriguing, particularly Palindrome and Imperfect Strangers. I am looking forward to many more books by Mr. Woods. I have never noticed any mistakes in his books, but I do not read a book looking to find errors, I read to enjoy.

Heidi Ricklefs - 12:16pm Mar 26, 2000 PST(#12 of 22)

I just finnished the books "Chiefs", it's the best book i've ever read. A real page turner.

Jeremy Wilkerson - 08:12pm Apr 22, 2000 PST(#13 of 22)

I think all of Stuart Woods books are terrific, my personal favorite is the series dealing with Stone Barrington. I myself am writing my first full length book and Woods is my inspiration. I have read all of his books with the exception of Dead in the Water which I cannot find. I can't remember the lady police cheifs name but the book title is Orchid Beach

susan maeda - 10:44am Apr 25, 2000 PST(#14 of 22)

The first Stuart Woods book I read was Grass Roots which I picked up second hand because I needed something to read on the plane in 97. Since then I have read every book and find once I start reading it is difficult to stop. The latest with Holly was terrific as all his books. The books concerning the Lee family were my favorites and hope that one day you will pick of the story of Will and Katherine.

Jill Rizk - 01:13pm May 8, 2000 PST(#15 of 22)

I totally agree with Faith. I fell in love with Stuart Woods after I read "Chiefs". That is even today one of the most fabulous books I've ever read. "Grass Roots" is a very close second. After that, I've looked to him for the same quality and found his books grossly lacking in depth and imagination. I still read each one because I keep hoping for another as good as the first. Maybe someday he'll get the message.

Laura Thomason - 09:04am Jul 12, 2000 PST(#16 of 22)

I have just finished with "Dead In The Water", It was great, does anyone know the name of the sequel? I have also read "Dirt".

Betty Fitch - 07:09am Aug 8, 2000 PST(#17 of 22)

My first read was Choke, a true page turner. After that moment, I became an instant fan and have completely dismissed Tom Clancy forever. I am now reading Swimming to Catalina. It is off to a slow start but in my opinion, that is Woods style (comparable to Irvin Wallace in that sense). Once he picks up momentum, it never stops. New fan

larry morgan - 02:02am Jan 27, 2002 PST(#18 of 22)

Is there actually a town on Florida's Treasure Coast with the name of Orchid Beach?

Vivian Niblick - 04:40pm Dec 23, 2003 PST(#19 of 22)

I, too am a HUGE fan of the Stone Barrington series. I printed out the list and am reading them (in order). I have just finished Swimming to Catalina. The character Arrington had just had a baby girl. When I started Worst Fears realized, the baby was referred to as a 'son'. I wondered why. My sister is also reading Stones series and wonders why also. Thanks for your attention.

C Gibson - 05:42pm Jan 25, 2004 PST(#20 of 22)

Can anyone tell me if Stuart Woods is the author of "A Scared Stiff"? The pseudonym is Judson Jack Carmichael and it sure reads like a Stuart Woods novel, whom I love, by the way! Just another mystery!

Fran Hinkel - 08:03am Oct 29, 2004 PST(#21 of 22)
You can check out anytime you like...but you can never leave!

Judson Jack Carmichael is the pseudonym of Donald E. Westlake.

David Goderich - 11:48am Jun 27, 2008 PST(#22 of 22)

I am reading Deep Lie now. There is a character called Majorov. I am wondering if this is the same Majorov that becomes the Russian President in Capital Crimes. Does anybody know?

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