Bel-Air Dead by Stuart Woods

Bel-Air Dead

By Stuart Woods

  • Release Date: 2011-04-26
  • Genre: Action & Adventure
Score: 4
4
From 295 Ratings
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Description

Stone Barrington discovers that all the botox in Bel-Air can’t keep its biggest power players from cracking under pressure in this New York Times bestseller.

Stone is no stranger to Bel-Air—and to the beautiful and wealthy widow who needs his help to become even wealthier. At stake is the sale of her investment in Hollywood's world-famous Centurion Studios. But when Stone arrives in Bel-Air to finalize the sale, he discovers that one of L.A.'s most rapacious power brokers has Centurion in his sights. Now, Stone must play a surprisingly complex and high-stakes game, the kind only the truly rich and dangerously ambitious can win—and survive.

Reviews

  • Bel Air Dead

    1
    By Moot 32
    Woods was at one time a masterful and inspired story teller. However, of late his books have become trite, pedestrian and hackneyed. His "Author's Note" at the end of the book comes of as insulting, disdainful, egotistical and bellicose. I was loyal ready of his early works but have increasingly suffered through his more recent offerings. Be Air Dead will be my last. If you want to read Woods, check out some of his earlier works such as Santa Fe Rules and Dead Eyes.
  • Love it

    5
    By Vglm
    As good as always
  • Great

    5
    By Sbarrington
    Masterfully written, I've enjoyed every one of Woods' works thus far
  • Woods back "on his game".

    4
    By Sommersboy
    A little overly drawn-out but Woods' plotting expertise is back again in "Bel-Air Dead". Dino is a great character and his and Stone's interplay together is top-notch. Good story and an enjoyable read.
  • BelAire Dead

    1
    By Dddoerre
    Don't bother. I've enjoyed Wood's books in the past but this one moves at a snail's pace and nothing happened for SO long that I abandoned it and I seldom abandon a mystery, even one that is not great. This book is just not worth your time.

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