Jackpot - Stuart Woods & Bryon Quertermous

Jackpot Summary

Written By Stuart Woods & Bryon Quertermous

Readers Score: 3.5/5
3.5
Rated by 199 Readers

Jackpot Book Summary

Short-Summary:

Teddy Fay hedges his bets in the latest thriller from #1 New York Times-bestselling author Stuart Woods.

When Peter Barrington and Ben Bachetti come under threat while working at a film festival abroad, Teddy Fay is lured to the glittering city of Macau to resolve the problem. He'll soon come to find that world of posh casinos, luxurious developments, and boundless wealth has a dark underbelly of crime and political intrigue . . . and that the biggest players behind the scenes may be far closer to home than anticipated. With international deals and private vendettas at stake, the villains behind the plot aren't about to let Teddy stand in their way. What they don't know is that this seemingly harmless film producer has more than a few tricks up his sleeve.

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About the book:

Jackpot is a Action & Adventure book, written By Stuart Woods & Bryon Quertermous. As a testament to the Book's popularity, it has gathered a rating of 3.5 out of a possible 5 Stars, on Reviews by 199 Readers who strongly recommends this book.


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  • Just Bad

    1
    By GerryATL
    I have read every Stuart Woods books and while over time the plots have become similar, the books are still fun reads. However, this book could not hold my interest after five chapters. Really disliked the writing style and found nothing to like about the book.
  • Jackpot

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    By Etwi
    I don’t think Stuart Woods came anywhere near this book. Not the Teddy Fay character Woods created. The reason Woods’ character are authentic is based on the author’s experience and understanding…this effort has neither. I know we are getting old, but if continued writing is not in you, please stop putting your name on lessor works.
  • Awful book

    1
    By 11az1qaz
    This is so far the worst book ever written with Stuart Woods’ name on it. This new co-author is awful. The book has no rhythm, the story is poorly told and makes little sense. I won’t ever read a book with these two as authors in a series I have loved up to now.

Comments

  • Jackpot

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    By BAWNYC
    Having Read almost all of Stuart Woods books I can’t believe he wrote this. It was a mess.
  • Jackpot

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    By JDR3030
    Very poorly written. I couldn’t finish the book and seriously doubt Stuart Woods any part of this disaster.
  • Just Bad

    1
    By GerryATL
    I have read every Stuart Woods books and while over time the plots have become similar, the books are still fun reads. However, this book could not hold my interest after five chapters. Really disliked the writing style and found nothing to like about the book.
  • Dreadful

    1
    By Waziwoo
    Plotless nonsense.
  • Jackpot

    1
    By Etwi
    I don’t think Stuart Woods came anywhere near this book. Not the Teddy Fay character Woods created. The reason Woods’ character are authentic is based on the author’s experience and understanding…this effort has neither. I know we are getting old, but if continued writing is not in you, please stop putting your name on lessor works.
  • Awful book

    1
    By 11az1qaz
    This is so far the worst book ever written with Stuart Woods’ name on it. This new co-author is awful. The book has no rhythm, the story is poorly told and makes little sense. I won’t ever read a book with these two as authors in a series I have loved up to now.
  • Jackpot

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    By Daking 13
    If Stuart Woods wrote a shred of this book I’d be amazed. Totally not his writing style, maybe he’s been reduced to licensing his character’s names. As a stand alone it’s not all that bad a novel, but don’t expect any semblance to his other works.