Review of ‘Scandalous Behavior’

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Stone Barrington is wealthy enough to buy almost anything he desires. What he desires is a peaceful stay in England, but that peace is disrupted when an attractive lady friend, who also happens to be part of British intelligence, convinces him to buy an English estate. His peace is disrupted when he finds himself embroiled in local rivalries, including murder, at the same time that a relentless adversary from across the Atlantic in the U.S. decides to pursue him in England.

Scandalous Behavior by Stuart Woods, though a bit choppy in places, is a delightful summertime read. Characters are convincing and the settings are as much a part of the mystery as the characters and plot.

This one will not disappoint. I received this book as a gift.

I give Woods four stars for this one.

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