Two-dollar bill : [a Stone Barrington novel] / Stuart Woods.
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- ISBN: 9781415916391 :
- ISBN: 141591639X :
- ISBN: 9780143057284
- ISBN: 0143057286 (Penguin Audio)
- Physical Description: 7 audio discs (approximately 8 hours) : digital ; 4 3/4 in.
- Edition: Unabridged.
- Publisher: Santa Ana, CA : Books on Tape, 
- Copyright: ℗2005
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Read by Tony Roberts.
Stone Barrington, the suave Manhattan cop-turned-lawyer, is back on his home turf facing down a brilliant Southern flimflam man. The fun-and action-begins with what Stone believes will be a quiet dinner with his ex-partner, Dino, but they are interrupted by Billy Bob, a filthy rich, smooth-talkin' Texan, who strolls in and parks himself at their table. He's in town "to make money," he says, unwrapping his wad of rare two-dollar bills, and in need of an attorney-namely, Stone-though he won't say why or when such representation will be necessary. As they leave the restaurant, however, an unknown assailant shoots at Stone and his cohorts-and the wily Southerner has spread his two-dollar bills around to everyone like confetti. Against his better judgment, Stone offers Billy Bob a safe haven for the night but almost immediately begins to suspect that he's made several precipitous misjudgments-for the slippery out-of-towner has gone missing and someone has been found dead-in Stone's town house no less. Stone is now caught between a beautiful federal prosecutor and a love from his past, a con man with more aliases than hairs on his head, and a murder investigation that could ruin them all.
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