The Cold Nowhere

The Cold Nowhere

eBook - 2014
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When he finds the daughter of a woman he failed to protect from a violent husband years ago hiding out in his lakeside cottage, Duluth PD Lieutenant Jonathan Stride is driven by guilt and duty to help her.
Publisher: London :, Quercus,, 2014
ISBN: 9781623651329
Characteristics: 1 online resource (420 pages)
Alternative Title: Axis 360 eBooks


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Sep 26, 2015

I didn't think it was as good as his previous books but it was still an interesting read. Freeman brings back a solid cast of characters that help shore up the plot

constanceschabitzer Jul 10, 2014

a very good read, always this author keeps you wondering and guessing...with great endings, so twisted :D

May 22, 2014

Loads of action.

ChristchurchLib May 11, 2014

"One cold April night, Duluth police detective Jonathan Stride comes home to find 16-year-old Cat Mateo, a runaway and prostitute with ties to Stride's own past, waiting for him. Fearing a deadly stalker, she needs his help, and he's willing to give it, though his long-time partner (and one-time lover), Maggie Bei, has doubts about Cat's true motives. Playing out like a "high-stakes chess game" (Booklist), this 6th in a series switches between Stride's point of view and that of Cat's pursuer; thanks to its menacing tone, fans of Scandinavian crime fiction may find Minnesota springs just as chilling." Thrillers and Suspense May 2014 newslettter

Djeremay May 01, 2014

Action-packed from beginning to end. Expertly crafted plot, hard to put down. Just when you think you know the direction the plotline's going, the author throws you a hook you didn't see coming. Love it! Couldn't ask for more


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