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Old 07-03-2012, 04:50 PM   #3
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Originally Posted by elaysee View Post
S. J. Rozan has the first four of her Bill Smith/Lydia Chin (or vice versa) P.I. novels available for Kindle at $2.99 right now. I believe Rozan has won all of the major mystery awards, several of them multiple times.

In order:
China Trade
Concourse (won the Shamus Award)
Mandarin Plaid
No Colder Place (won the Anthony Award)
DARN! And I just paid to have my copies of those four scanned at bookscan.us a couple of weeks ago.

Oh well, at least I hadn't spent the time to OCR and proof them yet. $2.99 is a very reasonable price for backlist titles, IMHO, and I will happily forego the $4 I spent with bookscan.us to save the OCR/proof time.

I find this a very enjoyable series. The interplay between Chin and Smith (or Smith and Chin , thanks OP) and their different cultures is engaging, and I also find the plots to be good.

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