Woods could populate a book where almost every character is rich, flies their own airplane, or owns one that requires a crew and he expects us to believe it. The main one concerns Ed Eagle's defense of a young golfer in the murder of his wife. When I had time to read today I realized I just don't care enough about these characters any longer to bother to finish. That is, we are doing the same thing as Google, only within the framework of one subject. Then, he instantly hires a woman that says his wife was going to hire her as an assistant and this dope turns over to her the keys to his kingdom and all his financial accounts.
If you run into trouble in Santa Fe, Ed Eagle is the man to see… Ed Eagle, the six-foot-seven, take-no-prisoners Santa Fe attorney, is no stranger to murder, corruption, or organized crime—both north and south of the border. She was even able to buy a pardon for her actual prison sentence in Mexico — which, incidentally, is the catalyst to the cliffhanger. So much happens in a scene and a short chapter you feel like you've got your foot on the accelerator of a Corvette. Synopsis: A waste of time and money if you purchase this book. I felt as though the final chapter was missing, but i bought an e-book for my iPad so I know that no pages we I enjoyed the Ed eagle series book two and three and was excited to read more into the adventures of Barbara and Cupid and vittorio however the end of the book was cut off so sudden.
Chiefs, his debut in 1981, won the Edgar Award. Over the years Stuart Woods has written some excellent books. She hatches a plan to kill Ed and his bride. His pleasing mix of high-octane action, likable characters, and sly, subversive humor has made him a hit with readers — who have returned the favor by propelling his books to the top of the bestseller lists. The rest concerns the golfer's hiring of a secretary supposedly interviewed by his wife Woods has been a guilty pleasure for a few years.
I'm sure that Stuart Woods is trying to hook the readers into buying the next book for sure, but this is a ridiculous way to do it. Eagle gets his client golf pro Tip Hanks free of the charge of spousal homicide. The third thread is a set of characters from two other of Woods' series. He tried to bring in characters from too many books, did not tie them together well, nor does he conclude the story well - you are left with kind of an empty feeling that the evil ex-wife triumphs because she manipulates the system to inherit an obscene fortune and can buy her way to happiness. Biography Stuart Woods was born in 1938 in Manchester, Georgia.
What he wouldn't give for a solution to his money and marriage problems. Stuart Woods knows how to put a fast p My first Stuart Woods read. I can't believe I actually read the entire book - but I was given the book when I needed something to read on the plane. If I could give this book a rating of no stars, I would have. One of my critique partners has read all of Woods' books and kept pressuring me to read one.
If this were an Alfred Hitchcock movie, the solution would be obvious. Now a mysterious new client has come his way, one who may shed light into some dark corners of Eds past. Woods, like his characters, has an appealing way of making things nice and clear. Is Woods incapable of writing any book focusing on just one character, or is it easier to just throw in all his characters randomly? They are sort of like the gang who couldn't shoot straight. I am done reading books by Stuart Woods. I don't buy them anymore, but let them pile up for a year or so, then check them out of the library.
How long will the file be downloaded? In October and November of 1979, he skippered a friends yacht back across the Atlantic, with a crew of six, calling at the Azores, Madeira, and the Canary Islands and finishing at Antigua in the Caribbean. If there is a choice of file format, which format is better to download? Too many loose ends and an ending that should have read. Now it is not the sex scenes themselves that I object to, far from it. I didn't even have a clue as to what to tag this book as. This one is a mess.
Ed Eagle plays only a minor role in this book. However the characters he created have , if not endearing, then compelling personalities. Although over the edge with questionable incidents that make things easier for the heroes, Santa Fe Edge is an exciting novel as Stuart Woods uses two of his series leads to the delight of his fans. His home in Santa Fe, a picturesque desert town where the wealthy enjoy the good life, seems like a welcome retreat from the grit and crime of big citi If you run into trouble in Santa Fe, Ed Eagle is the man to see… Ed Eagle, the six-foot-seven, take-no-prisoners Santa Fe attorney, is no stranger to murder, corruption, or organized crime—both north and south of the border. And no one would believe that of Ed Eagle as well.