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S.J. Rozan

S.J. Rozan

·3.68·25,541 Ratings
“ Don't be satisfied with stories, how things have gone with others. Unfold your own myth. ” ― Rumi
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  • Stone Quarry (Lydia Chin & Bill Smith, #6)

    1999·
    ·3.98·435 Ratings
    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, whe
  • Concourse (Lydia Chin & Bill Smith, #2)

    1996·
    ·3.93·662 Ratings
    It flows through the Bronx like a river between banks of faded elegance. And at the end of the avenue called the Grand Concourse is the place people go to die, the Bronx Home for the Aged.The only trouble is the people dying there are going before their t
  • Mandarin Plaid (Lydia Chin & Bill Smith, #3)

    1997·
    ·3.88·609 Ratings
    It's a long way from the cramped, dreary sweatshops where Lydia Chin's mother once sewed for the heady world of fashion. But in New York City, worlds collide. And a petite, Chinese-American P.I. can still rub shoulders with the rich, the poor, the beautif
  • China Trade (Lydia Chin & Bill Smith, #1)

    1995·
    ·3.74·1,617 Ratings
    It's a city within a city, of smells, sounds, dark shops, and close-knit families; it's a world all its own. And in all of New York's Chinatown, there is no one like P.I. Lydia Chin, who has a nose for trouble, a disapproving Chinese mother, and a partner
  • Manhattan Noir

    2006·
    ·3.63·204 Ratings
    From the introduction by Lawrence Block: Readers of Brooklyn Noir will recall that its contents were labeled by neighborhood - Bay Ridge, Canarsie, Greenpoint, etc. We have chosen the same principle here, and the book's contents do a good job of covering
  • Writing and Selling Your Mystery Novel: How to Knock 'em Dead with Style

    2005·
    ·4.11·205 Ratings
    Solve the MYSTERY of how to write and sell a KILLER story!With the help of interactive exercises, mystery author and crime fiction critic Hallie Ephron gives you the momentum you need to turn a kernel of an idea into an intriguing mystery novel. You'll le
  • Winter And Night (Lydia Chin & Bill Smith, #8)

    2003·
    ·3.84·763 Ratings
    Private detective Bill Smith is hurtled headlong into the most provocative-and personal-case of his career when he receives a chilling late night telephone call from the NYPD, who are holding his fifteen-year-old nephew Gary. But before he can find out wh
  • A Bitter Feast (Lydia Chin & Bill Smith, #5)

    1999·
    ·3.89·463 Ratings
    Joining the company of Sue Grafton, Jonathan Kellerman, and Patricia Cornwell, Shamus Award-winner S.J. Rozan now owns a coveted Anthony Award for Best Novel for her No Colder Place. The Washington Post has called her Bill Smith/Lydia Chin novels...a seri
  • In this Rain

    2007·
    ·3.41·196 Ratings
    Three years ago, a child’s death blew open a vortex of corruption inside Manhattan’s lucrative construction industry. And it sent one innocent man to jail. Joe Cole is a former city investigator who now lives a broken life, cut off from his wife and d
  • No Colder Place (Lydia Chin & Bill Smith, #4)

    1998·
    ·3.93·561 Ratings
    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 w
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