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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 projectHis bricklaying is a little rusty but passable as he che. There s no place colder than a construction site the chill that pulls the warmth from your bones while you re working the wind that blows through steel and concrete carrying the ancient dampness of echoing cavesI am livid Until the last 35 pages I felt this was a great book one of the best books in the PI genre that I can remember At least a four star rating But then the author resorts to the tired clich theatrical ending that reminds me of the badly dated noir movies of the 1950s SJ Rozan s No Colder Place 1997 won the Anthony Award for the best novel in

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Ckmail and blood looking for answersWith the help of his Chinese American partner Lydia Chin he follows a trail of twisted loyalties old fashioned greed and organized crime to its heart stopping conclusionMurder–with no end in sig. A construction site is not an ordinary setting for a mystery and in this one it s not just a building under construction but a place where many different tradesmen organize chaos into creation PI Bill Smith and his partner Lydia Chin are the protagonists but the workers are also fully realized characters who bring their workplace to life That workplace of steel and concrete is the title s eponymous cold place Cold not only in temperature but in the cold hard facts of life of a competitive business Euipment has gone missing and Smith goes undercover to work as

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Cks out the foreman who’s under suspicion A crane operator has disappeared–along with some heavy machineryBut when a well orchestrated riot causes the foreman’s “accidental” death Smith plunges into a morass of bribery bla. I m surprised to say that this is my second favorite of the series This is a Bill Smith book and I found this uite subtle yet so lovely I actually wrote that certain lines were elegiac I think what I liked best is despite the confusion that the principle characters felt which is the norm in private investigator books I wasn t confused about how they were feeling or acting The previous book was often messy and I didn t enjoy that This book had a greater sense of control I liked it so much that I started the fifth book without typing up my notes for interview


10 thoughts on “No Colder Place

  1. says:

    35 stars rounded to 4 I didn't enjoy this as much as I have the other books of the series Maybe it's because it takes me longer to get through the audio when I have to us this old fashioned type of recording Don't

  2. says:

    Wit excellent characters and twisted plot lines mark this novel as a distinct reading pleasure Add to that a high level of writing skills and you have another winner from Ms Rozan That the novel retains solid interest is testimony to its staying powerTake two very different professional investigators Bill Smith and Lydia Chin Insert them into a Manhattan building project to investigate theft It sounds simple on the surface but there are

  3. says:

    There's no place colder than a construction site the chill that pulls the warmth from your bones while you're working the wind that blows through steel and concrete carrying the ancient dampness of echoing cavesI am livid Until the la

  4. says:

    I am planning on reading the entire Lydia Chin and Bill Smith series unfortunately I am not able to get a hold of them in order Probably doesn't matter Bill is in the center of this one he ends up taking a construction job in order to help out an old friend What looked like a missing person case gets totally out of hand Bill is good but he needs a little help from his friends The author has a great feel for NYC and it's almost l

  5. says:

    NO COLDER PLACE ExRozan SJ 4th SmithChin bookWhen a Manhattan construction site is plagued by an escalating series of thefts and mi

  6. says:

    I'm surprised to say that this is my second favorite of the series This is a Bill Smith book and I found this uite subtle yet so lovely I actually wrote that certain lines were elegiac I think what I liked best is despite the confusion that the principle characters felt which is the norm in private investigator books I wasn't con

  7. says:

    This is a 1997 detective mystery by SJ Rozan and is the fourth book in her PI detective duo Lydia Chin and Bill S

  8. says:

    A construction site is not an ordinary setting for a mystery and in this one it's not just a building under construction but a place where many different tradesmen organize chaos into creation PI Bill Smith and his partner Lydia Chin are the protagonists but the workers are also fully realized characters who br

  9. says:

    I was in BN looking in the mystery section and someone recommended this series to me I was a little reluctant but after finishing 3 of the books in the series I skipped #2 and will go back I am really enjoying the series and the authors style of writing Looking forward to the rest of the series

  10. says:

    Great book Great continuation of the series I prefer the books from Lydia Chin's perspective but I find it interesting that Rozan alternates between each book so far