Barely Legal

Barely Legal

A Herbie Fisher Novel

Book - 2017
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In this nonstop thriller from the #1 New York Times bestselling author of the Stone Barrington series, the prot#65533;g#65533; will become the hero as Herbie Fisher gets caught in a web of deceit, corruption, and greed.

Under the tutelage of Stone Barrington, Herbie Fisher has transformed from a bumbling sad sack into the youngest partner at the white-shoe law firm Woodman & Weld, and a man whose company is in high demand both because of his professional acumen and his savoir faire. But even his newly won composure and finely honed skills can't prepare him for the strange escapade he's unwittingly pulled into, and which--unbeknownst to him--has put him at the center of a bull's-eye. In the city that never sleeps there are always devious schemes afoot, and Herbie will have to be quick on his feet to stay one step ahead of his enemies...and they're closing in.
Publisher: New York : G.P. Putnam's Sons, [2017]
Copyright Date: ©2017
ISBN: 9780735217232
0735217238
Branch Call Number: FIC WOODS
Characteristics: 357 pages
Additional Contributors: Hall, Parnell

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bearcat836
Sep 29, 2017

An improvement over the latest Stone Barrington novels, which have been churned out with increasing regularity and decreasing content. Perhaps the addition of a co-writer has provided inspiration. Unfortunately, Herbie's choice of girlfriends hasn't improved.

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TEENREVIEWBOARD
Sep 20, 2017

Right off the bat I would like to say this is an "ok" book. The reason why it is branded as "ok" is because the book had a rather slow and shaky start (It gets better as the story goes on!) that makes the story seem rather bland. As I said the story gets better as it continues bringing a suspenseful comedy. But be warned that throughout there are many plot holes in the story... But overall this is a wild and crazy ride! Is it worth reading?... Well if you like comedies and mystery of course you should read it but if you would want an overall steady and sound story I would say this is a pass. 2/5 Rating
- @TheCollector of the Teen Review Board at the Hamilton Public Library

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McCReader
Sep 20, 2017

Was pleasantly surprised with the story - not going to win any awards but if you like Stuart Woods - you will enjoy this!

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writermala
Aug 31, 2017

Stuart Woods has written an 111 Chapter Page-turner which is action packed and also amusing. If a murder, kidnapping, and drug bust are not enough for you, still keep reading. The characters are very well sketched out and if you are disappointed that there is not enough courtroom drama, well the title did say, "Barely Legal!" A light read that you may not be able to put down.

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rswalden
Aug 29, 2017

Stuart Woods is now so lazy that he openly insults his readers with this really lame plot. Herbie Fisher is his most weak character and in this story Herbie reverts to the Fool he was when first introduced by Woods. Woods is certainly no Hemingway or Steinbeck but up to now his silly novels have been entertaining. Now this book is so absurd that I quit it after 100 pages and will probably never read his novels again.

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stoneray1
Aug 29, 2017

Parnell sucks. Stop it.

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codydawg1
Aug 28, 2017

His writing has really gone down hill. Book so stupid.

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