It's often said that you must start your work with a big bang, especially in crime and mystery novels. I must however say that of late, I've come across a lot of work that didn't start "hot". They started "cold" then built up gradually. My guess is, established writers don't have to go through this as much as starters who want to reel in new readers. The reason I brought this up is because I am thinking about making my chapter 58, my chapter 1 (with a rewrite) and then unfold the story. That chapter (58) is not the only action in the book, but it's where the MC takes out his antagonist. any thoughts on this? Thanks!