Lucid Intervals by Stuart Woods
A Stone Barrington Novel

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LUCID INTERVALS contains sufficient humorous episodes when Herbie is present to take an edge off the cloak and dagger effects of Stone’s relationship with Felicity. This latest installment is a must-read for Stone Barrington fans, and I wonder if Dolce will be given a meatier role in future books. I certainly hope so.
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Synopsis

It seems like just another quiet night at Elaine's. Stone Barrington and his former cop partner, Dino, are enjoying some pasta when in walks former client-and all around sad sack-Herbie Fisher...with a briefcase containing $14 million in cash.

Herbie claims to have won the money on a lucky lotto ticket, but he also says he needs a lawyer-and after a single gunshot breaks the window above his head and send diners scrambling, Stone and Dino suspect Herbie might need a bodyguard and a private investigator, too.
 

About Stuart Woods

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Stuart Woods is the author of thirty-three novels. He lives in Key West, on Mt. Desert Island in Maine, and in New York City. Readers may learn more about him and his work, read an interview, and correspond with him on his Web site at www.stuartwoods.com.
 
Published April 20, 2010 by G.P. Putnam's Sons. 400 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction
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Above average
on Sep 24 2010

Some of these riddles are handily resolved, others fade away, and then this weightless tale is done, setting the stage for the inevitable next installment.

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Above average
Reviewed by Judy Gigstad on Jan 06 2011

LUCID INTERVALS contains sufficient humorous episodes when Herbie is present to take an edge off the cloak and dagger effects of Stone’s relationship with Felicity. This latest installment is a must-read for Stone Barrington fans, and I wonder if Dolce will be given a meatier role in future books. I certainly hope so.

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Reviewed by Israel Drazin on May 03 2010

All in all, this is a fast paced, ever-interesting, delightful novel, whose last 50 pages are quite exciting, a more than 70 pages an hour hard to put down book that readers need not take seriously, but enjoy for lots of fun.

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