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The Cold Nowhere (Jonathan Stride Novels) (Englisch) Audio-CD – Audiobook, April 2014

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PRAISE FOR THE COLD NOWHERE:

The Cold Nowhere is a triumphant return . . . a master of the psychological thriller . . . the best Stride book yet.”—Chuck Frederick, Duluth News Tribune

”Freeman delivers an edge-of-the-seat thriller that begs to be read in one sitting.” —BookPage

"Masterfully plotted . . . Freeman shows how those endless North Shore winters have toughened and aged Stride, closing him off from the world, but the author also convincingly makes Stride break out of his icy, self-imposed shell."—Publishers Weekly (starred)

"an outstanding mystery thriller."—San Francisco Book Review

"Back off, Nordic noir. For sheer wintry relentlessness and icebound desolation, the various Scandinavian settings now fashionable in thrillers cannot compete with the decaying shipping and mining city of Duluth,Minnesota. And this small city, whose crumbling mansions and factories converted to shops are an architectural reminder of an earlier era, is the perfect place for a thriller about the stranglehold the past exerts on the present. . . The narrative moves between the point of view of Stride and that of the girl’s pursuer, making this well-plotted, atmospheric thriller feel like a high-stakes chess game."—Connie Fletcher, Booklist

“[The] characters are well drawn and add believability to the surprising twists and turns of the plot. . . . The Cold Nowhere is a solid mystery wrapped around interesting characters coming to grips with their troubled pasts and searching for redemption.” —Scott Pearson, Suspense Magazine

"I don’t think I realized how much I missed the Jonathan Stride series until THE COLD NOWHERE, the latest installment, released . . . Seemingly incapable of writing a bad paragraph, Freeman is a master storyteller who makes the ice and grit and grime of street life in Duluth materialize beneath the feet of the reader. I was tempted to drive there just to check out the graffiti graveyard where the grim climax takes place. Writing and storytelling don’t get much stronger than that, and thriller fiction doesn’t get much better than The Cold Nowhere."
—Joe Hartlaub, BookReporter

The Cold Nowhere is a riveting tale where you feel that you are discovering the details along side of Detective Stride . . . well-organized and intense with well-developed characters. This psychological thriller keeps the reader engaged past the last page. . . . The Cold Nowhere is a masterful tale written by a phenomenal storyteller.” — Teri Davis, Mysteries Galore

"another rousing tale of suspense . . .  a bevy of unexpected twists and turns that make for an emotional and chilling story of page-turning mystery."—Express Milwaukee

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Brian Freeman is an internationally bestselling author of psychological suspense novels. His books have been sold in 46 countries and 20 languages. The Cold Nowhere is his second book for Quercus. -- Dieser Text bezieht sich auf eine andere Ausgabe: Taschenbuch.

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The first books in the series were good. The plots is no longer realistic and I was happy to reach the end of the book...
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Vintage Freeman/Stride 25. Oktober 2016
Von Richard B. Schwartz - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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The setup: Catalina “Cat” Mateo is a teenager whose mother was murdered by her father (who then committed suicide). Cat’s mother told her to find Jonathan Stride, who, her mother said, would protect her. Jonathan had an as yet unexplored relationship with the mother; was it romantic? Or purely knightly? Cat has been through a hellish life, experiencing foster-home abuse, drugs, prostitution and constant threats. She is now being followed by an individual who may be trying to kill her.

On the home front, Jonathan has broken off his relationship with Maggie and expressed interested in reuniting with Serena. Serena is open to the idea, but guarded. Maggie has moved on to a new relationship.

The resulting narrative is vintage Brian Freeman. A host of interesting and, yes, some ultra-sleazoid characters are introduced, all of whom might somehow be complicit in the threats to Cat’s life. Basically we have the murder mystery plot, the Stride/Serena subplot and the Cat subplot which involves her aunt, Dory, her foster parents, her relationships with a shrink and a shelter director and, most important, her emerging relationship with Stride. All of these plotlines are woven together into a complex but not confusing quilt. There is a crescendo conclusion, some sex and violence along the way (brief but intense) and a particularly satisfying ending.

Freeman found his full-throated voice several novels ago and he is now a master of commercial thriller fiction. The Cold Nowhere (the place where death lives) is one of his best. Don’t miss it, but read all of the books in order.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Best book by Freeman since "Stripped" 9. Mai 2014
Von DR L. SCHWEIKART - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I like all of Brian's books, but LOVED "Stripped," and haven't yet found one the equal of that great work. Now, I have it. "The Cold Nowhere," which centers on a new (old) person in Jonathan Stride's life, a teenage prostitute named "Cat," has a pace and interesting characters that are reminiscent of "Stripped." Probably the only drawback (for me) is that once again Freeman sets his book in, well, the Cold Nowhere of Duluth---Stride's town---whereas Vegas seemed to have more pop. Nevertheless, without going through the plot, this is an excellent read, one that I savored at two or three chapters a night rather than plowing through. Highly recommended.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen You won't be disappointed 13. Oktober 2014
Von Vern S. - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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The best way to describe my experience with this book is that I felt more like a bystander watching the action rather than reading it. I am a native Duluthian and intimately familiar with the various locations described where the action is taking place. Freeman had them down spot-on. His character and plot development was so believable that I literally felt I was living in the book. I could see, not just imagine, what was happening. Twice I thought I had the culprit pegged, but was wrong each time. If you like this genre of books, even if you are not familiar with the town of Duluth, MN, I predict you will have a hard time putting the book down once you start reading.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Excellent! Best yet! 20. April 2014
Von J. Barone - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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For fans of Brian Freeman, and especially his Stride novels, this is, in my opinion, Brian's best work to date! For those uninitiated with Brian's work, he has a unique talent to incorporate the everyday aspects of the geographic settings of his novels into the story and bring them to life in a way you would never imagine. To see a location that you are familiar with like the city of Duluth through Brian's eyes in the context of a murder mystery novel makes for a truly unique reader experience. Couldn't put this down!
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5.0 von 5 Sternen A great suspenseful read. 6. April 2014
Von mjgriffith - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I guarantee this book will keep you up late at night turning the pages, and when you think you have everything figured out, Brian will throw some punches that will keep you guessing until the very end. His writing style flows and his characters have such depth that they seem like real people. I have read every one of his books and he just keeps getting better and better. Waiting for his next one.
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