Hit List

Hit List

Stone Barrington faces down a vengeful miscreant in this latest heart-stopping thriller from the #1 New York Times bestselling author

When Stone Barrington finds his name on a hit list, he plans to lie low until the culprit is caught. But when this foe shows no signs of stopping until his deadly objective is realized in full, Stone is left with no choice but to face the problem head-on.

Armed and alert, Stone joins forces with his most savvy connections to catch the perpetrator before the next strike. But it turns out this scum is an expert at evasion in more ways than one, and the international cat-and-mouse hunt that ensues has Stone questioning if he has become the predator or the prey...

Title:Hit List
Edition Language:English
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    Hit List Reviews

  • Tim

    Your choice to pick the most inept. The Hitter, The Hittee, The Police Commissioner and The Law Firm. All the nonsense welded between the usual Stone sexcapades. 0 of 10 stars...

  • Kay

    This one felt long, I was bored.Stone is on a kill list. He decided to take matters into his own hands (plus Dino), in style with his gulf stream. They went to a few countries trying to find the kille...

  • Montessahall Montessahall

    This series is a repetitive loop of the same basic plot. How many home security systems does a person need? (Stone) Can Vanessa be more of a bimbo stereotype? Why in one instance Vanessa was eager to ...

  • Mark

    Another entry in the very formulaic, but fun, Stone Barrington series...Its a vicarious "Lifestyles of the Rich & Famous" tour de force for me and its a good thing they burn all those calories with lo...

  • Keith

    This was the worst Stuart Woods / Stone Barrington book I have read - and I have read them all. They were all quick and easy reads. Yes, they were predictable. I still enjoyed them. They were never gr...

  • Jeff

    Keystone CopsI believe this is the most ridiculous book I’ve ever read. I’m obviously used to the formula writing, but this one takes the cake. ‘Follow that plane...’...

  • Alan

    My rating: 0! Nothing I could say would come close to describing the disdain I have for this book. If this were written by a jr. high school student aspiring to be a writer, I’d say - don’t!...

  • Skip

    Stone receives a list of 10 names, which seem to have no connection. Then, the list grows shorter as people are being killed by a cipher. Nobody can find the killer, who is deadly, but for some reason...

  • Richard Guerrero

    Let me start out by saying that I have been a diehard Stuart Woods fan and a Stone Barrington fan. In saying that, this book was horrible. I think it’s coming to the time where he probably needs to ...

  • Gerri

    Woods sure hit the bottom of the barrel with this one. My Goodread friends know I gave up on the Barrington series long ago and no doubt wondering why I even read this new novel. If not for COVID19 an...