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"Teddy Fay is back in Hollywood and caught in two tricky situations. First, a rising star at Centurion becomes the target of malicious gossip, and Teddy must find and neutralize the source before the situation gets out of hand--or becomes violent. At the same time, Teddy finds himself targeted by a criminal thug bearing a grudge. It's a lot of knives to juggle, even for a former-CIA-operative-turned-movie-producer accustomed to hazardous working conditions. This time Teddy will need to leverage every bit of his undercover skills and fearless daring to stay one step ahead of his foes . . . or he'll find himself one foot in the grave"-- Provided by publisher.
Publisher: New York : G. P. Putnam's Sons, [2020]
ISBN: 9780593083253
Branch Call Number: F WOODS
Characteristics: 311 pages ; 25 cm.
Additional Contributors: Hall, Parnell - Author


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Jan 02, 2021

Like others I also like the Teddy Fay books better than Barrington. I mean, seriously, NO ONE beds that many woman in his lifetime unless you're Wilt Chamberlain (look up his claim if you don't know it).

And I thoroughly the previous 3 books. This 4th one was a little too convoluted with so many different venues for attack.

In this book after he kills someone their bodies aren't found evidently. And also, don't they ever check ballistics at least to see if the same gun is being used (I've never read where he's changed guns).

But there were too many unanswered questions at the end of this one. The last page left me wondering - what happens to the bad guys? What about the prospective murder charge? How were the other murders cleared up?

While TF is known for his murders (ex-CIA) as Barrington is know for his sex - I think Stuart Woods has run out of story lines and keeps rehashing the same lines in a lot of the books.

I just got "Hush Hush" (Barrington book) so I'll see how I like that.

It seems to be the same as these authors get older they pass on their "name" to co-authors and the book levels drop precipitously. This one had a little intrigue to it but TF "always" seems to know everything. And no one knows everything!

Aug 18, 2020

I'm enjoying this new series by Stuart Woods. This is the 4th book and the best so far I think. Less sex and more action than the Barrington books and I like the change.

Jun 10, 2020



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