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In this nonstop thriller from the #1 New York Times bestselling author of the Stone Barrington series the protege will become the hero as Herbie Fisher gets caught in a web of deceit corruption and greedUnder the tutelage of Stone Barrington Herbie Fisher has transformed from a This is a weak effort and I get the sense Mr Woods is not fond of this character That's a shame because this character had grown into an adult until this story With Herbie falling for a hooker an unavailable woman and with mob ties Mr Woods seems destined to keep Herbie a loser instead of a successful human being Conseuently Herbie's character is wasted potential 3 of 10 stars Kokoro: de wegen van het hart until this story With Herbie falling for a hooker an 2 unavailable woman and with mob ties Mr Woods seems destined to keep Herbie a loser instead of a successful human being Conseuently Herbie's character is wasted potential 3 of 10 stars

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Scapade he's unwittingly pulled into and which unbeknownst to him has put him at the center of a bull's eye In the city that never sleeps there are always devious schemes afoot and Herbie will have to be uick on his feet to stay one step ahead of his enemiesand they're closing i Herbie Fisher won the lottery a few years ago and hired Stone Barrington to make a new man out of him which he did Now Herbie works for the same law firm as Stone as well as being his friend Herbie has gotten himself engaged but doesn't know she's a prostitute pulling a con on him Herbie agrees to take a trial case from another attorney in the firm who has been threatened and is running scared Problem is Herbie wants to win the case Plus Herbie finds himself in trouble with a mobster who claims he owes 90000 when he doesn't How much trouble can Herbie get himself into just by being a good guyFor the first 75 pages or so I thought I wasn't going to like the book at all but the action picked up and the plot seemed to get a little detailed I got to see Stone and Dino as minor players trying to help Herbie And I do like Herbie since reading about his character in a Stone Barrington novel from several years agoThe tone of this book read like a typical Stone Barrington novel He co wrote this book with Parnell Hall These two authors also wrote a book about another of Stone's associates Teddy Fay and I preferred that novel over this one 2 unwittingly pulled into and which Managerial Decision Making unbeknownst to him has put him at the center of a bull's eye In the city that never sleeps there are always devious schemes afoot and Herbie will have to be His Punishment uick on his feet to stay one step ahead of his enemiesand they're closing i Herbie Fisher won the lottery a few years ago and hired Stone Barrington to make a new man out of him which he did Now Herbie works for the same law firm as Stone as well as being his friend Herbie has gotten himself engaged but doesn't know she's a prostitute pulling a con on him Herbie agrees to take a trial case from another attorney in the firm who has been threatened and is running scared Problem is Herbie wants to win the case Plus Herbie finds himself in trouble with a mobster who claims he owes 90000 when he doesn't How much trouble can Herbie get himself into just by being a good guyFor the first 75 pages or so I thought I wasn't going to like the book at all but the action picked Himig Ng Sinag: MGA Piling Tula up and the plot seemed to get a little detailed I got to see Stone and Dino as minor players trying to help Herbie And I do like Herbie since reading about his character in a Stone Barrington novel from several years agoThe tone of this book read like a typical Stone Barrington novel He co wrote this book with Parnell Hall These two authors also wrote a book about another of Stone's associates Teddy Fay and I preferred that novel over this one

Stuart Woods ð 6 READ

Bumbling sad sack into the youngest partner at the white shoe law firm Woodman Weld and a man whose company is in high demand both because of his professional acumen and his savoir faire But even his newly won composure and finely honed skills can't prepare him for the strange e Another good book by Stuart Woods with the emphasis on Herbie Fisher who is a funny character


10 thoughts on “Barely Legal Herbie Fisher #1

  1. says:

    This is a weak effort and I get the sense Mr Woods is not fond of this character That's a shame because this character had grown into an adult until this story With Herbie falling for a hooker an unavailable woman and with mob ties Mr Woods seems destined to keep Herbie a loser instead of a successful human being Conseuently Herbie's character is wasted potential 3 of 10 stars


  2. says:

    Parnell Hall and Stuart Woods collaborate in writing a story about a former Stone Barrington miscreant client who won the lottery and is now rehabilitated as a partner at Woodman Weld He is tricked into defending a Columbia College student who is offered a plea bargain for drug possession but won't agree to the deal angering the mobster that framed him so his father will vote for a real estate project Meanwhile one of Herbie's gambling debts resurfaces getting a loan shark angry at him too ANd Herbie gets engaged again to another prostitute even though only Dino and Stone know Bad things keep happening to Herbie but nobody knows how the parts all fit together


  3. says:

    I regret ever having read the first book written by Stuart Woods in this series Now my OCD won't allow me to uit This novel is the worst installment to date Herbie Fisher's improbable transition from third rate burglar to a partner in a law firm is too much of a stretch Plus the plot had a bit of an identity problem It definitely is not a thriller or a humorous book either This book is however a mash up of the same old disjointed boring themes


  4. says:

    A Herbie Fisher book The established characters seemed a bit off I'm not sure the co authors worked that well with each other The story was a bit improbable although highly interesting I was a little disappointed


  5. says:

    OMG what a horrid read Woods and the Stone Barrington series had fallen of my favs list uite a bit in the last couple of books but this new series with Herbie is beyond horrid What’s up with Woods is he trying to be another Patterson spitting out novels so uickly that uality is forgotten about? Herbie was OK in the Barrington novels as a side kick but on his own a big thumbs down At times I felt like I was reading a book that someone forgot to edit choppy sentences horrid writing and a story line that was so disjointed and boring Not sure why it was categorized as a thriller; like a bad comedy that just didn’t work


  6. says:

    Another good book by Stuart Woods with the emphasis on Herbie Fisher who is a funny character


  7. says:

    Herbie Fisher won the lottery a few years ago and hired Stone Barrington to make a new man out of him which he did Now Herbie works for the same law firm as Stone as well as being his friend Herbie has gotten himself engaged but doesn't know she's a prostitute pulling a con on him Herbie agrees to take a trial case from another attorney in the firm who has been threatened and is running scared Problem is Herbie wants to win the case Plus Herbie finds himself in trouble with a mobster who claims he owes 90000 when he doesn't How much trouble can Herbie get himself into just by being a good guy?For the first 75 pages or so I thought I wasn't going to like the book at all but the action picked up and the plot seemed to get a little detailed I got to see Stone and Dino as minor players trying to help Herbie And I do like Herbie since reading about his character in a Stone Barrington novel from several years agoThe tone of this book read like a typical Stone Barrington novel He co wrote this book with Parnell Hall These two authors also wrote a book about another of Stone's associates Teddy Fay and I preferred that novel over this one


  8. says:

    Love this book Just about every page held my attention and kept me reading Very few books do that even the really good ones I had had my doubts for a Herbie Fisher series because when in the Barrington books Herbie turned over a new leaf it just didn't seem believable to me and it seemed to happen over night How does Gilligan become the professor in one book and win the lottery at the same time? But the Woods Hall team up seems to have worked better than it did for Smooth Operator which wasn't bad but Teddy didn't seem to have the same intensity as he did when Woods first introduced him no doubt hamstrung by his pardon from the president And Woods always does a great job with the mafia themes and so I found myself getting what I used to get from the Barrington books And there were no politics or pages that involved the wealthy pretentious elite what I call neoliberal's Kate and Will Lee whom it seems obvious are patterned after Bill and Hillary Clinton who worked with republicans to strip the safety net from the poor put through NAFTA which created the rust belt and sabotaged Bernie Sanders run for president The lack of neoliberal politics was a big plus for me But the really smart thing that Woods and Hall did here was to include plenty of Stone and Dino in the mix Perfect recipe for success I hope they continue to use it


  9. says:

    I have enjoyed Stuart Woods writing ever since I read Chiefs I know when I pick up one of his books I will be in for a pleasant evening Yes evening because it never takes me long to finish one of his books This one did not disappoint As much as I like Herbis I was glad that Dino and Stone were along for this ride No spoilers but I did not put it down until I read the last page


  10. says:

    2 12 Stuart Woods cranks books out like crazy every other month now I think he is a min James Patterson And while some of the Stone Barrington books have gotten a little blah and overly formulaic I am glad to say this is not the case here After a slowish and somewhat cranky start this story has so many inserting moving parts that it really takes off Herbie has been around for uite a while but we have not seen him as a lead character previously And in reality he is somewhat a pawn of an unusually for Woods intricate plot As always a super fast read and I am glad to say lots of fun