Out of the Cold
Author: Norah McClintock
Genre: Young adult, mystery
About Out of the Cold: Robyn volunteers at a homeless shelter and tries to discover the identity of a man she meets there. The fourth book in the Robyn Hunter series.
Review of Out of the Cold
Out of the Cold is another Robyn Hunter mystery. This time, Robyn is trying to discover the identity of a homeless man that froze to death. She met him at a homeless centre that her friend Billy convinced her to help out at. A guy at the centre named Ben Logan doesn't believe she can do it.
I wanted to say no. I didn't feel like doing anything. But Billy was so enthusiastic and he made it sound as if I'd be welcomed with open arms, so instead I said yes.
Billy beamed at me. "It's a great place to volunteer, Robyn. You won't regret it."
As it turned out, he was wrong. It wasn't long before I was sorry I had ever agreed.
...from page 16
I thought that Out of the Cold was a pretty good book. I liked how it showed Robyn's perseverance to solve her mystery. I liked how it ended and concluded the story. Althought I think Nick from the first book should have been included more in the ending because there was this big gap. I would recommend this book to people who like mystery novels where you try to put the pieces together before the main character does. Overall, this book was pretty good.
Reviewed by KB, age 14, on 14 July 2008.
- Libby McKeever, CM Magazine, 26 October 2007
- “Crime buffs will enjoy this fast-paced story which will take them into the reality of homeless people and the series of events that can radically change people's destiny.”
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Added 17 July 2008.
Updated 29 March 2013.