Holly Barker is back with Stone Barrington and they are off to the islands. I enjoy Wood’s reoccurring characters. It is like someone you know and you are just catching up. Teddy Fay plays a part in this book and if you follow this author, you are familiar with him, if not, you will still enjoy him. I thought this Woods was a little lighter than normal. Not that Woods is ever deep, it was still entertaining but more like an Amstel Light than a Yuengling Lager. A fast paced mystery with mild violence, a tiny bit of nudity and a minimum of deduction. I still recommend it.
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