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by Stuart Woods

eBook L A Times ePub
Author: Stuart Woods
Language: English
ISBN: 0002241854
ISBN13: 978-0002241854
Publisher: Harpercollins; 1St Edition edition (1994)
Pages: 336
Category: Contemporary
Subcategory: Literature
Rating: 4.7
Votes: 588
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ePub file: 1548 kb
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This book is for Steven and Barbara Bochco.

This book is for Steven and Barbara Bochco. He hadn’t understood much of the dialogue, but he had been able to follow the story, and the dark drama had riveted him to his seat. He knew guys like Iago on his own block.

My very first book by Stuart Woods. Some plot twists were predictable but overall a solid effort. Nov 18, 2018 Nancy Cook-senn rated it liked it. ‘80s-style Hollywood glam noir – guilty pleasure reading.

Stuart Woods (born January 9, 1938) is an American novelist. Stuart Woods was born in Manchester, Georgia and graduated in 1959 from the University of Georgia, with a Bachelor of Arts in sociology

Stuart Woods (born January 9, 1938) is an American novelist. Stuart Woods was born in Manchester, Georgia and graduated in 1959 from the University of Georgia, with a Bachelor of Arts in sociology. After graduation he enrolled in the Air National Guard, spending two months in basic training before moving to New York, where he began a career in the advertising industry.

just fate that closes the book on Michael.

Synopsis: Woods-an off-again (Santa Fe Rules, et., on-again (New York Dead, et. writer-is very much on here, turning his big weakness-stagnant characters-into a strength. In this enjoyably high- sleaze potboiler about a mafioso who conquers Hollywood, there's no need for character growth: Every member of the cast is a black hearted villain, and the great fun is watching them claw each other as the author spins out one unexpected twist, loop, and climax after another. just fate that closes the book on Michael. With a villain as charismatic ally coldblooded as this one, who needs a hero?

Stuart Woods is the author of more than forty novels, including the New York Times bestselling Stone Barrington and Holly Barker series. This is a typical Stuart Woods book, fast paced, easy read. The protagonist is a little different.

Stuart Woods is the author of more than forty novels, including the New York Times bestselling Stone Barrington and Holly Barker series. An avid sailor and pilot, he lives in New York City, Florida, and Maine. He doesn't fight bad guys, he IS a bad guy, a real user, with no conscience. Like most of the lead players in a Stuart Woods novel, he is very successful with women. They can't wait to fall all under him. Most of the characters are pretty shallow.

Times, by Stuart Woods online on Bookmate – After turning a film student's directorial debut into a hit movie, New York mobster and movie fanatic Vinnie Callabrese takes off for the bright.

After turning a film student's directorial debut into a hit movie, New York mobster and movie fanatic Vinnie Callabrese takes off for the bright lights of Hollywood, where he begins a new life as Michael Vincent, Producer. A natural born wheeler-dealer, he lands not only a major studio deal, but also a gorgeous actress girlfriend.

Times book by Stuart Woods

This thriller follows the fortunes of small-time hood Vinnie Callabrese, a fringe member of the New York Mafia whose foray into film production proves wildly successful.

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0 5 Author: Stuart Woods Narrator: Tony Roberts

0 5 Author: Stuart Woods Narrator: Tony Roberts. After turning a film student's directorial debut into a hit movie, New York mobster and movie fanatic Vinnie Callabrese takes off for the bright lights of Hollywood, where he begins a new life as Michael Vincent, Producer. A natural born wheeler-dealer, he lands not only a major studio deal but also a gorgeous actress girlfriend.

Beydar
Stuart Woods is probably the most easy to read author I've found in the past few years, and I've been searching.
I have read all his books, except his latest Stone Barrington adventure, but I'll get it soon.
He does seem to have a limited number of "supporting" characters, so they show up from time to time. But it just makes it like one big, happy family... or NOT!
An annoying thing is his explicit details about checking a plane before take off - adds nothing to the plot and a waste of time. Why not just get on the damn plane and take off! And I don't care if he makes a few turns, how high he flies, etc. Boring after the first time!
I'm just glad Woods hasn't started using others to write books with his name on the cover, like so many other good writers who have done so - usually to my disappointment but to their enrichment (which I really don't object to).
Norm
Monn
It was a well-written story of a character who finds a way out of his current lot in life and rises above it. The only problem is where this veers from the norm in this type of story: the main character is an absolutely despicable s***! Good story, awful character. Also, if you're familiar with the Stone Barrington novels, the Centurion Studios and Leo Goldman character are different than the ones in the much larger continuity (I'm a stickler for that stuff, so it annoys me; you may have no qualms about it).
Gugrel
All of the Stuart Woods books have provided me with a great deal of entertainment. Each is different but weaves in many of the same characters as they age and go through their lives. Some of the lesser characters recur here and there, making each book more interesting. Read them in order to keep up with the movement. Thoroughly enjoyable with many plots about places and matters that I otherwise might not have been overly interested in until reading them in these books. I keep tied for more from Mr. Woods.
Flocton
This is a typical Stuart Woods book, fast paced, easy read. The protagonist is a little different. He doesn't fight bad guys, he IS a bad guy, a real user, with no conscience. Like most of the lead players in a Stuart Woods novel, he is very successful with women. They can't wait to fall all under him. Most of the characters are pretty shallow. Why did I like the book? Well, Woods comes up with interesting plots. I like to see how things will fall out in the end.
Daigrel
I read this years ago and could still remember a lot of the story line, which told me how much I liked it. Taut, suspenseful, fast moving, it's a fun read. One of Stuart Woods' best offerings, imho, and I've read nearly every book of fiction he's produced. Recommend. Btw, this time I bought it for my Kindle. My hardback and pb books are stacking up; there's not enough space to house them all. Loving my Kindle Fire I got here on Amazon. Will be fun to go back and read this again down the road at some point.
Simple
If you're a stone barrington fan you need to read this " one off " book-- leads to the Centurion movies studios and Leo & Amanda-- you get the backdrop of the whole studio thing from stone barrington novels-- the kicker is the the lead male--- vinnie Michael callabrese who reinvents himself to a winning but ruthless Michael Vincent -- ace studio low budget film producer. Excellent read for you Stuart woods fans-- if you miss stone barrington this is for you .
Gnng
this is for my grandson, he loves this book
Interesting reading . Even better the second time around. ..kudos to Stuart Woods. Very engaging as well as a good story line.
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