Doing Hard Time - Stuart Woods

Doing Hard Time

By Stuart Woods

  • Release Date: 2013-10-08
  • Genre: Action & Adventure
4 Score: 4 (From 611 Ratings)


Stone Barrington allies with a former foe when his west coast vacation turns into a dangerous situation in this riveting novel in the #1 New York Times bestselling series.

When Stone Barrington embarks on a trip to Bel-Air to check in on some business and personal concerns, he expects a relaxing break from the fast pace and mean streets of New York. But trouble never takes a vacation, and it has a way of finding Stone. A case that had seemingly been resolved has returned in full force—with lethal results. And this deadly situation makes for strange bedfellows when Stone finds himself teamed with the least likely ally: former CIA operative Teddy Fay—a gentleman of unique abilities who specializes in flying below the radar and above the law...


  • Doing Hard Time

    By boots saddle
    Another sterling Woods story. Barrington and arch bad guy, Teddy Fay team up to beat even worse foes. Great read!
  • average

    By Johnbrian109754
    the book title disappointed me as i thought as if the story is going to a high edge,but its an average book to read.
  • Doing Hard Time

    By cnutty
    This has got to be one of the best Stuart Woods I've ever read. It was so exciting I couldn't put it down from the middle to the end. I love Stone Barrington as a character but Teddy Fay is now a great starring character. Teddy reminds me of some of Vince Flynn's no nonsense killer heroes. Great book!
  • Awesome again Mr. Woods!

    By dorianbond
    Awesome again Mr. Woods!
  • Just one more reason to love SW novels

    By RDMD15
    What's not to love? Stone, Dino, Mike, Teddy, Stone Jr. And Dino Jr. Let's not forget their beautiful women. These characters are not fiction, they're family. Mr. Woods has created a love able, fun cast that continues to amuse and intrigue us. If you like Stone Barrington, you'll find it easy Doing Hard Time.
  • #1

    By Vglm
    Another great book. I'm never disappointed,
  • Lame

    By Ciscobear
    This was just childish lame and boring. It feels like it was written by someone in ninth grade.
  • Hello again, Teddy

    By beckmey1
    The (re)introduction of Teddy Fay makes this novel less Stone Barrington and more Mr. Fay. The plot line flows well and the action sequences prove that, once again, Stuart Woods is at the top of his game. I hope we see and read more of Teddy Fay. He out-reaches Jack Reacher and has more moves than 007. Great fun and an enjoying read. Thanks.