A Teddy Fay novel, with improbable plot lines. Suggest skip this book, save your time and money.
The book was not a Stone Barrington or holly barker story. With stone there is always good looking babes that fall for him and a lot of play between him and Dino. This book was kind of dry and did not feel like a Stuart Woods book. I have read all your books and have enjoyed them over the years. You normally have a lot of interaction between your characters, but this seemed to be more of a loner character with no interfacing between him and people that are really close to him. Sorry to write a negative report, but hopefully your next Stone Barrington book will be back on the money