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Stone Quarry
Stone Quarry
Author: S. J. Rozan
For the past twelve years that private investigator Bill Smith has owned his cabin in the woods in a small upstate New York town. He has used it as an escaping, a place of refuge, never letting city life or his work intrude. All that changes, however, when Eva Colgate, a local farmer, summons Bill to meet with her. She wants him to quietly reco...  more »
ISBN-13: 9780312209124
ISBN-10: 0312209126
Publication Date: 9/1999
Pages: 276
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Publisher: Minotaur Books
Book Type: Hardcover
Other Versions: Paperback, Audio Cassette
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Bill Smith, weary New York Private Eye retreats to his cozy cabin in upstate New York to let nature heal him, but he's drawn into a major robbery involving a well-known painter, and a murder involving a close friend and he gives in and takes the case, calling in his partner Lydia Chin to help him. The plot is great, the characters better...a great read.
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Bill and Lydia Chin are wonderfully developed characters. The stories, in fact, are more about the characters than the crimes the work with. Highly recommend.
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As bad as I hate to admit it, Stone Quarry was my very first venture into the mystery-thriller genre. How lucky to choose such a wonderful novel for my belated introduction. The time: when cell phones were new. The place: New York and the smaller communities north of there. The two main characters, Bill Smith and Lydia Chin, keep the action rolling as the tension builds with each turn of a page. One thing I truly appreciated was how the author, S.J. Rozan, answered each question and tied up loose ends. With the exception of the language, sometimes raw and unedited, the book was a very good read.

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