Book Reviews of CSI: Cold Burn

CSI: Cold Burn
CSI Cold Burn
Author: Max Allan Collins
ISBN-13: 9781416521778
ISBN-10: 1416521771
Publication Date: 8/30/2005
Pages: 308
Rating:
  • Currently 3.8/5 Stars.
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3.8 stars, based on 13 ratings
Publisher: Pocket Star Books
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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I love the TV show so much. I really enjoy reading the books as well.
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If you love the show you will love the book.
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original novel based on the hit CBS series... Crime Scene Investigations..[ CSI ]
if you like the tv show.. the books are always better
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Very good book...very much like the TV program. Keeps you trying to figure out who the killer is right along with the main characters.
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Another very enjoyable CSI adventure from Max Collins!
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great book case is not one from the tv so unless you read the book before its a new case
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An entertaining read for any CSI fan.
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If you like the tv show you will like this book, the cases are diffrent from any shown on tv.
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The better of the three CSI books that I read. Same characters as the TV show.
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Another good, fast read in the CSI series of books.

Grissom and Sara Sidle are off to the wilds of outer New York to attend a forensic conference, but when a record snowstorm strands them, along with a Canadian forensic expert and the owners of the Mumford Mountain Hotel with a dead body and numerous suspects, things get a little dicey.

Back in Las Vegas, Catherine, Nick, and Warrick are dealing with a missing persons case that's turned into a homicide investigation with the discovery of the wealthy housewife's body.

Well worth the read!
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For CSI fans, this is a great read. All of the characters you love are there and in perfect form.
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AN excellent read, didnt want to stop as it kept me on my toes guessing.
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Another good, fast read in the CSI series of books.

Grissom and Sara Sidle are off to the wilds of outer New York to attend a forensic conference, but when a record snowstorm strands them, along with a Canadian forensic expert and the owners of the Mumford Mountain Hotel with a dead body and numerous suspects, things get a little dicey.

Back in Las Vegas, Catherine, Nick, and Warrick are dealing with a missing persons case that's turned into a homicide investigation with the discovery of the wealthy housewife's body.

Well worth the read!
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Remote. Peaceful. Picturesque. That's how the Mumford Mountain Hotel bills itself in its brochure, and it lives up to its billing-most of the time. But this year, the hotel is hosting a prestigious conference for the study of forensic science, and the organizers have extended CSI head Gil Grissom an invitation he can't refuse. Joined by fellow investigator Sara Sidle, Grissom leaves the department in the capable hands of Catherine Willows and heads east. But he and Sara soon find themselves in all too familiar territory - and back in Las Vegas, Catherine, Warrick Brown and Nick Stokes have uncovered trouble of their own.