A Cold Day in Hell

A Cold Day in Hell

by Lissa Marie Redmond

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ISBN-13: 9780738754109
Publisher: Llewellyn Worldwide, LTD.
Publication date: 02/08/2018
Series: A Cold Case Investigation Series , #1
Pages: 384
Sales rank: 317,455
Product dimensions: 5.20(w) x 7.90(h) x 1.00(d)

About the Author

Lissa Marie Redmond is a retired cold case homicide detective. She handled a number of high-profile cases and has appeared on numerous television shows including Dateline and Murder by Numbers . The first book in her Cold Case Investigation series, A Cold Day in Hell was published in2018 by Midnight Ink Books. Her short fiction has appeared in Buffalo Noir , Down & Out: The Magazine , and other publications. A member of Sisters in Crime, Mystery Writers of America, and International Thriller Writers, she lives and writes in Buffalo, NY with her family.

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A Cold Day in Hell 3.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
LibbyMcKinmer 12 months ago
When cold case homicide detective Lauren Riley is on the case, she digs into the facts to solve murders no one has been able to solve in years. And she’s good at her job. Always on the opposite side of a case from defense attorney Frank Violanti, she turns down his overtures to act as a private investigator for him. The case he wants her to work will be a media circus, and Lauren neither wants nor needs that kind of publicity. But Frank convinces her he needs her help to prevent a teen accused of a terrible crime from spending his life in prison. She accedes and starts to dig. But is everything what it seems to be? Lauren’s past complicates her life, even as the case becomes more challenging. Will she be able to figure out who the real murderer is before time runs out in this courtroom drama? Author Lissa Marie Redmond is a retired cop who brings authenticity and reality to this gritty crime novel.
Rustic_Book_Reviews More than 1 year ago
I received this book for free from #netgalley in exchange for an honest review. This was a crime debut novel. I don't normally do a lot of crime novels but the story of this book intrigued me so I had to request it. It is a very fast pace read. It kept me intrigued from one page to another. It was a very fast read. We follow the story of a mother that works closely with the police and investigators on cold cases. Thank you to Netgalley and the publisher for allowing me to read this book.
Missisue4 More than 1 year ago
A Cold Day in Hell by Lissa Marie Redmond will suck you in from the very beginning and you won't be able to stop reading until you read the very last word. And when you do, you will feel like your head will explode !!! A Cold Day in Hell is the first book in the Cold Case Investigation mystery series .... and for me, cold cases are very interesting but this series is more than just cold cases. A Cold Day in Hell has you riding along with Lauren Riley who works in the Cold Case Department but she also gets hires as a private investigator for a current murder case. And what makes it better is that she does not get along with Frank Violanti, the defense attorney who hires her. But being great at her job and always wanting justice served, Lauren takes on the case, putting her differences with Violanti aside. While Lauren is still working cold cases, she has a lot of things she is trying to juggle....her ex-husband is back in the picture but not in the way that she would like him to be, she has a stalker that she is handling until the time is right to blow that all to pieces, she misses her daughters who are away at college, and she is working the private investigator angle on the case trying not to burn all the bridges with the people that help her with her cold cases....... A Cold Day in Hell will grab you as soon as you open the book and you will blow through the chapters very quickly..... I love reading books with small chapters and even though some of the chapters are very small, they are still filled with intense entertainment !!!! I was hooked on this first book in this series and will be trying to patiently wait for the second book. I know from the ending of A Cold Day in Hell that it can only get better.......
T_Knite More than 1 year ago
This was a fairly well-written police procedural with a few interesting twists and turns and a solid cast of characters, but I thought it had a few flaws. A few of the characters, including the protagonist, displayed some rather inconsistent behavior. The courtroom drama portion of the story had a significantly faster pace than the rest of the novel, which got a tad slow at times, and made it feel like the book was speeding toward a conclusion. And the ending, while a decent twist, was rather abrupt and left too much hanging for my tastes. I prefer crime novels to wrap up the primary plots better than this one did. Overall, I think this is a pretty good debut, but there were a few places I thought it could've been stronger. [NOTE: I received an ARC of this title from the publisher via NetGalley.]
CozyUpWithKathy More than 1 year ago
Lissa Marie Redmond nails the gritty realism in this police procedural. A COLD DAY IN HELL by Lissa Marie Redmond The First Cold Case Investigation As a cold case homicide detective Lauren Riley is used to dealing with the seamier side of society, and that includes defense attorney Frank Violanti. But after meeting the young kid he's defending on a murder charge, Lauren agrees to do some PI work for him. Detective Riley must navigate the pitfalls of working for "the other side" while continuing to investigate her cold case workload. What will put her in more danger, an old case, the current murder, or her personal life? Power is the thread that ties everything together in this first Cold Case Investigation, showing what people will do to get it and keep it. A COLD DAY IN HELL illustrates the abuse women face on a daily basis and the power men desire to wield over them. It's also a finely detailed mystery, rich in atmosphere and filled with complex character dynamics. Lissa Marie Redmond nails the gritty realism in this police procedural. Filled with dark troubled people its multiple mysteries coalesce into one detective's story - and struggle. FTC Disclosure – The publisher sent me a digital ARC provided through NetGalley, in the hopes I would review it.