KARIN SLAUGHTER UNDONE PDF

In this suspense masterpiece, Karin Slaughter weaves together the powerful human stories of three unforgettable characters from her New York Times. Editorial Reviews. From Publishers Weekly. Starred Review. Bestseller Slaughter brings together characters from her two series for the first time with electrifying. In the trauma center of Atlanta’s busiest hospital, Sara Linton treats the city’s poor, wounded, and unlucky—and finds refuge from the.

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Undone (Slaughter novel)

This book canhowever, be read as a single, standalone kagin. Karin Slaughter has a website and a newsletter, both of which show her to be a funny, fun-loving, nice young lady. So whither these gory scenes of torture and sadism that inhabit her books? This latest book is part of a series with familiar characters we have come to love in spite of their many flaws.

Will has an on-again, off-again wife, Angie Polaski, whom he has known since his harrowing childhood in an abusive foster care facility. He has deep slaughtdr and physical scars from his experience there, and he has severe dyslexia, which hampers his performance as a detective.

Faith, age 33, has a troubling past of her own. Nudone develops some medical issues and goes to Grady Hospital, where she has an opportunity to meet Dr. Sara Linton, age 39, also a recurring character. The man who is torturing women in this story has chosen victims who are bitter and damaged, leading lives of deprivation undoone desperation.

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The killer seems to know this, but how? Her characterizations are the richest of almost any writer in this genre. Normally I eschew books with such graphic descriptions of torture and abuse.

Plenty of suspense and twists and turns help keep you hanging in for the ride. Normally I skip books with graphic violence nightmares. I like the sounds of the people in the book — a slajghter with severe dyslexia? I suppose I could skip over the violent parts.

And she writes books about murder and torture?? Sort of creepy if you ask me. I must be sick because I sort of like books about serial killers.

I can withstand gore and graphic details too especially if it is the type of book where you really get inside the head of the killer. Not sure I would be up for another one so soon.

True confession…I read her first two or was it three? This series is very popular at my bookstore.

Undone (Will Trent, #3) by Karin Slaughter

I am not a fan of mysteries that are overly graphic. But this book was great. You are commenting using your WordPress. You are commenting using your Twitter account. You are commenting using your Facebook account.

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Rhapsody in Books Weblog. About rhapsodyinbooks We’re into reading, politics, and intellectual exchanges. This entry was posted in Book Review and tagged Book Review. I like thrillers, but the thought of torture scenes sounds unappealing to me. Why have I never read anything by Karin Slaughter?

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