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No Colder Place (Lydia Chin, Bill Smith, No 4)
No Colder Place - Lydia Chin, Bill Smith, No 4
Author: S. J. Rozan
Bill Smith is going undercover again as a favor to an old friend who wants him to investigate thievery on the 40-story Manhattan site of Crowell Construction's latest project. His bricklaying is a little rusty, but passable as he checks out the foreman who's under suspicion. A crane operator has disappeared--along with some heavy machinery. But ...  more »
ISBN-13: 9780312966645
ISBN-10: 0312966644
Publication Date: 1998
Pages: 304
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3.8 stars, based on 22 ratings
Publisher: St. Martin's Press
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
Other Versions: Hardcover, Audio Cassette, Audio CD
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reviewed No Colder Place (Lydia Chin, Bill Smith, No 4) on + 186 more book reviews
Helpful Score: 3
I really enjoy the Rozan mysteries, co-written by two partners -- and one thing I find particularly enjoyable that the two main characters "take turns" in the books. That is, the first book was told from the POV of character A. The second book from character B. The third book went back to A. And so on.
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There's a reason why Rozan has won the Shamus Award. Solid plotting and a well crafted relationship between partners makes this a good read.
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reviewed No Colder Place (Lydia Chin, Bill Smith, No 4) on
In this book Bill Smith is hired by Chuck DeMattis, a former police officer who has retired and is now a P.I. He wants him to go undercover at a construction site where strange things are happening and see if he can get a sense of the people there. Smith works with Lydia Chin and I am not sure of the history between them since this is my first book by this author but I do know that this book is part of a series. Chin and Smith share a friendship but there is underlying chemistry between them. There are also allusions to tragedies and broken relationships in Smith's past.
I wouldn't classify it as a page-turner and I didn't find it particularly surprising. However, it maintained my interest steadily and I found it to be well-written. I would definitely like to check out the rest of this series.
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another good Bill and Lydia mystery

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