Scandalous Behavior - Stuart Woods

Scandalous Behavior

By Stuart Woods

  • Release Date: 2016-01-12
  • Genre: Mysteries & Thrillers
Score: 4
From 453 Ratings


Stone Barrington will need to keep calm and carry on if he wants to survive his English vacation in this “addictive”* thriller in the #1 New York Times bestselling series.
After a series of nonstop adventures, Stone Barrington is eager for some peace and quiet in a rustic British setting. But no sooner does he land in England than he’s beset by an outrageous demand from a beautiful lady, and an offer he can’t refuse.

Unfortunately, Stone quickly learns that his new acquisition comes with some undesired strings attached—namely, a deadly mystery involving the complex relationships of the local gentry, and a relentless adversary who raises the stakes with every encounter. Stone’s restful country vacation is looking like yet another troublesome situation, but with his tireless aplomb—and the help of a few friends—he is more than up to the challenge.


  • Scandalous Behavior

    By Blue bowl.
    Do not waste your $13.00! Over half the book (really) was a GQ piece. Planes, houses, tailors, staff requests to have things sent, restaurants etc. usual background noise for character. 2fwb romps. No mystery to solve. No threatening villan. He submitted an outline that had many chances to at least pretend to be expanded upon. Paid people to do stuff, rode horses from one estate to the other. Awful.
  • Scandalous behavior

    By Xyzygy
    Woods is just cashing the check these days. Little thought given to writing a good book.
  • Boring Barrington

    By Geewizwally
    Having read all of Wood's Barrington series, this one is the worst by far. Plot is weak, predictable and undeveloped. As Mr. Wood continues to grind out this series, the main characters become more arrogant and less interesting.
  • Rich and famous

    By Icstimp
    Whirlwind insight of how to spend money. Disappointing plot, very little and trite intrigue. Woods is always a pleasure to read but this was too short.
  • Scandalous Behavior

    By Daking 13
    Most authors evolve over the years and work at their craft. Stuart seems to be going the other way as his frequency of publishing books seems to be tied to IRS quarterly estimates😏. It might be time to retire Stone for awhile and go back to his pre serial days, when the plots were great and the characters were developed.
  • Wow

    By Okitchen000
    Waaaaaaaaaay to much money