What are the best coldness-related book titles?

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    #1In Cold Blood

    In Cold Blood
    In Cold Blood by Truman Capote is the story of a murder, and the investigation that leads to the capture, trial, and execution of the killers. This book transcends its moment, yielding poignant insights into the nature of American violence.

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    Diane Coleman
    Written on May 18, 2018
    "I didn't understand this book. I got through the first chapter or two, but I was trying to read books about cold weather and cold climates and this just wasn't the answer for me. I didn't find the writer's style particularly engaging and they didn't give me much of a reason to continue reading. This is really a book for true-crime devotees and not many others. I don't think that this is something for general readers or anyone who wants a truly compelling story or really engaging voice. "
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    #2Born in Ice (Born In Trilogy)

    Born in Ice (Born In Trilogy)
    Born in Ice is a contemporary romance fiction and the second book of Born In Trilogy written by Nora Roberts. This book is about Brianna Concannon and her mysterious guest Grayson Thane. It is first published in 1995 by Berkley Books. 

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    Armando Ríos
    Written on May 8, 2018
    "Born in Ice is a fantastic book, and it has a great name related to coldness. I have read this book twice and I plan on reading it next winter as well."
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    #3Cold Mountain

    Cold Mountain
    Cold Mountain is a book by Charles Frazier that tells the story of Inman, a soldier who will come back to his home in the Blueridge mountains and to his most loved woman Ada.  

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    Susana Castellanos
    Written on May 7, 2018
    "Exactly what I was looking for, an amazing book. I love that their are options to get it both in book form and on kindle now."
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    #4The Virgin in the Ice (Brother Cadfael Mysteries)

    The Virgin in the Ice (Brother Cadfael Mysteries)

    The Virgin in the Ice (Brother Cadfael Mysteries) is a Mystery, Historical and Medieval novel written by Ellis Peter. It was published May 1, 1995 by The Mysterious Press.


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    Scott Bryant
    Written on May 15, 2018
    "From the onset of the title we are to expect a chilling event. A book that takes us into the particularly harsh winters of the North Eastern United States. Winters were tough during the Civil War Era and the soldiers were known to be having a hard time. Surely a nun and young girl will also deal with these harsh conditions. "
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    Snow is a fiction novel by Orhan Pamuk translated by Maureen Freely which tells a tale of yearning for art, power, love, and God by different individuals in a remote Turkish town. It was published in 2005 by Vintage International.  


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    Sharon Qin
    Written on May 5, 2018
    "This book by Orhan Pamuk, like some of his other novels, is a pretty slow read. It does offer some insights into modern-day Turkey and the descriptions of the snowy landscapes conjure up feelings of dreariness and isolation so you feel you're actually in the boring little town the author is describing. "
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    #6Snow Falling On Cedars

    Snow Falling On Cedars
    The award-winning historical fiction novel Snow Falling on Cedars by David Guterson revolves around a murder case in small-town America. It recounts what it was like to be Japanese in America after the Second World War.

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    Evelyn Weber
    Written on May 18, 2018
    "I wouldn't say that this is the best "coldness-related" book, and I honestly could not get into reading this book. While the descriptions in the book were pretty good if you like nature, the book also includes flashbacks to an earlier time that I found confusing at times. There's also a little bit of romance, mystery, and history (WW II) for those who like that."
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    #7Snow Country

    Snow Country
    Written by Nobel Prize winner Yasunari Kawabata, this classic Japanese novel narrates the love story between a wealthy dilettante named Shimamura and Komako, a provincial geisha, whose love is doomed to failure. 


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    Robert Palmer
    Written on May 3, 2018
    "It's an interesting tale, but I found myself dragging through it as I read. It didn't really capture my interest as much as I thought it might, considering a deep interest in other cultures."
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    #8The Winter's Tale

    The Winter's Tale
    This is the New Cambridge Shakespeare version of Winter Tale by Shakespeare. This is one of the most theatrically self-conscious wide-ranging plays and one of the few with a happy ending on the career of the legendary English writer. 

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    Doris Hansen
    Written on May 9, 2018
    "I was never really a fan of Shakespeare, but Winter's Tale is one story with a title I can confirm is in fact related to cold. Ironically, despite the uninviting name, this is one of the few Shakespearian tales with a happy ending. "
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    #9Snow Flower and the Secret Fan

    Snow Flower and the Secret Fan
    Snow Flower and the Secret Fan is a historical fiction novel by Lisa See, which tells the story of Lily, who was paired with Snow Flower as her "laotong that is set in the 19th century in China. 

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    Harold Hudson
    Written on May 15, 2018
    "Snow Flower and The Secret Fan is the story of Lily is an interesting novel that takes place in a foreign and mystical land. The writing style of Lisa See is imaginative and she captures nuanced and meticulous detail of 19th century China. I was amazed at the world she creates and was just drawn in to the characters and the story of the Snow Flower. Give this one a read!"
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    #10The Snowy Day

    The Snowy Day
    This full-colour book, written by Ezra Jack Keats, shows the adventures of a little kid in a city during a snowy day. Its amazing illustrations and the lovely story makes this text very exceptional for children and also for adults!



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    Janice Jimenez
    Written on May 9, 2018
    "My kid loves this book and I think it's because the kid in the book reacts the way he does. We've had a snowy winter and each time it snows, we have to read this book four or five times. So, yes, I recommend this book or rather, my kid recommends this book."
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    #11Snow Crash

    Snow Crash

    Snow Crash by Neal Stephenson is a cyberpunk, science fiction novel originally published in 1992. This book was nominated for British Science Fiction Award in 1993 and the Arthur C. Clarke Award in 1994.


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    Cheryl Nguyen
    Written on May 11, 2018
    "This is a good solution to the topic. It fits the coldness- related title but there are many with that title. Books are very subjective especially when it comes to popularity on that is the best but this is still a good solution. "
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    #12The Winter of Our Discontent

    The Winter of Our Discontent

    The Winter of Our Discontent is a standalone classic fiction book written by John Steinbeck which follows the life of Ethan Allen Hawley who is no longer a member of Long Island’s aristocratic class.


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    Larry Collins
    Written on May 15, 2018
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    #13The Long Winter (Little House)

    The Long Winter (Little House)

    The Long Winter is the sixth book in the historical fiction series Little House written by Laura Ingalls Wilder which centers on Almanzo Wilder and his brother who go on a journey in search of resources due to the blizzards. 


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    Brian Cox
    Written on May 9, 2018
    "This is a good book that everyone can enjoy. Even better is that there are 9 books in the series so you'll always be on an adventure. Good reviews make this a winner."
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    #14Winter Garden

    Winter Garden

    Winter Garden is a historical chick lit fiction written by Kristin Hannah. This tells the story of two daughters estranged from their mother. With over 400 pages, this book is published in 2011 by St. Martin's Griffin.


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    Dorothy Sanders
    Written on May 11, 2018
    "This is a novel is set in Russia. It not only has a cold title but is set in a cold country."
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    An anorexic Lia Overbrook harms herself after finding out that her best friend Cassie died of bulimia. She blames herself for not being with Cassie during the time she needed her the most and the idea to live becomes even more difficult for her.


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    Estela Ordoñez
    Written on May 3, 2018
    "My youngest daughter is reading this book right now. She can related to it because a friend of hers has an eating disorder, so she can really sympathize with the characters."
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    #16Pushing Ice

    Pushing Ice
    Pushing Ice is a science fiction and space opera novel written by Alastair Reynolds. This book is about Bella Lind's journey and it is first published in 2005 by Gollancz.

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    Esteban Orozco
    Written on May 11, 2018
    "Pushing Ice is definitely worth the read. To date, this is one of the best science fictions I have read. The story came around in a way easy to follow without losing your place. "
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    #17Fire and Ice (Liam Campbell)

    Fire and Ice (Liam Campbell)

    Fire and Ice is a mystery thriller fiction and the first book in Liam Campbell series written by Dana Stabenow. It is first published in 1998 by Signet.  


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    Alexander Spencer
    Written on May 16, 2018
    "Fire and Ice (Liam Campbell) is a coldness-related book titles"


Best What are the best coldness-related book titles
1In Cold BloodBooks 38 Paid
2Born in Ice (Born In Trilogy)Books 36 Paid
3Cold MountainBooks 33 Paid
4The Virgin in the Ice (Brother Cadfael Mysteries)Books 29 Paid
5SnowBooks 21 Paid
6Snow Falling On CedarsBooks 20 Paid
7Snow CountryBooks 18 Paid
8The Winter's TaleBooks 15 Paid
9Snow Flower and the Secret FanBooks 12 Paid
10The Snowy DayBooks 10 Paid

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