If you are particularly offended by vicious violence or the world of seedy prostitution then this book may not be for you but I thought Karin captured it all perfectly, especially John’s time in prison which I was utterly moved by and truly felt his torment. Evil Karin Slaughter, how dare she teasing me like that. As Will and Angie navigate the treacherous waters of race and wealth, amid the troublesome rumors surrounding one of the officers close to case, they unwittingly discover a link from the past involving the murder of another teenager. I didn’t think this book would do it for me.. Coincidentally, her tongue was bitten off as well. A canvas that appeared one way on the outside but different on the inside. Also, Will let Michael go and question Jasmine alone when he had doubts about him?!
I loved how manipulatively Slaughter wrote the narratives for this and it was so fascinating to experience. That’s why we have rehab because some people need to have another shot. At around the time of the first attack, John Shelley was released from prison after 23y for rape and murder of a 15y old girl. I’ve guessed who the killer was in Darkness, Take My Hand halfway through it, and it remains one of my favorite thriller, because sometimes, the characterization, the Hows and Whens and Whys are just so much more important and interesting than the big r Book 2: How are the characters in this book related. Spend a million dollars rescuing some kid who’s fallen down a well, but God forbid you spend a hundred bucks up front to cap the well so the kid never falls down it in the first place.
I should have known this obvious fact because Will Trent’s name is the also the name for this series. A canvas that appeared one way on the outside but different on the inside. The change in perspective.
I’m aware that keeping the karon in the dark wasn’t the author’s intention but still Even if somehow I knew better. KS did a great job with this book.
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Their stories brilliantly fit together as Will investigates the recent murder of a prostitute. I’ve guessed who the killer was in Darkness, Take My Hand halfway through it, and it remains one of my favorite thriller, because sometimes, the characterization, the Hows and Whens and Whys are just so much more important and interesting than the big reveal.
Although to me at first it was a struggle with this book it built to a fast and exciting end, with the last third of the book really good. When the Atlanta police department sets out to find the person who committed this horrid crime different angles are pursued and nothing is clear cut. I had to pee so badly at one point, but I didn’t dare put the book down and walk away. View all 38 comments. John Shelley I actually feel sorry for this dude.
Honestly, I couldn’t care less about Will. It was just like Angie, versgummt thing inside, another out. I’m fi,m to warn you: It’s the curious observer that sees the hinges I had to go back to the beginning to reread and ascertain that yes, she was …more That was one of those “what???
So was Angie, although I spent the majority of the book wanting to versgummt her upside her damned head. This was a solid start to a series.
Will, whom I wanted to protect from the moment I met him, probably because of his dyslexia and the way people – and himself – treated him. View all 73 comments. I have many bookies in love with Will Trent and while I’m not there yet.
Dec 30, Kelly and the Book Boar rated it really liked it Shelves: Triptych is short on likeable characters, and Karin Slaughter doesn’t shy away from picturing soaughter violence on page, ffilm perhaps don’t read it if that’s something that could trigger you. Any misstep can send him back to a cell. No trivia or quizzes yet. Angie is tough as nails, currently an undercover policewoman in Vice dressing as a prostitute to arrest men soliciting on the streets. But the first half led me into thinking that this would be The Crime Masterpiece.
As a teacher, I’ve seen too often how self-depreciation can go hands in hands with learning disorders, and it breaks my heart every damned time. In another, Will Trent, is called in to assist local police including Michael solve the case.
View all 42 comments. S If anything ever called for a Space Jam gif it’s this review. People had been murdered, a young girl has gone missing and there was some guy out there that has to be stopped.
Angie is the piece that ties them altogether. Look forward to reading more about him. See more of my reviews at www. There were This was another first for me.
Don’t try to change my mind, trolls. This story introduces us to Will Trent, a Georgia Bureau of Investigation specialist, who arrives larin Atlanta after a string of murders involving teenage girls, catches his attention.
I was sucked into this world and never questioned the story’s probability.
Triptych (Will Trent, #1) by Karin Slaughter
The scenes from the cops’ point of view seem dull and plodding by comparison, and it was hard to work up much enthusiasm for any of those characters. Oremwood has a troubled marriage and a child who is mentally challenged. This book verstumjt the 1st in the Will Trent series by Karin Slaughter and is an salughter read. A native of Georgia, Karin Slaughter lives in Atlanta.
I really liked the story, but I wish Will was in it more, especially in the beginning. I just finished reading this book but the audio version i had didnt have the ending!! View all 17 comments.
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I look forward to reading more in this series. The villain of the book, was a very nasty person but you know quite e Although to me at first it was a struggle with this book it built to a fast and exciting end, with the last third of the book really good.
Will Trent, an agent for the Georgia Bureau of Investigation, is teamed with Atlanta detective Michael Ormewood to investigate a series of brutal crimes in which someone is killing women and cutting out their versfummt.
Maybe it was college. Would totally do Angie. Maybe I’m just an asshole likely.
Slaughter did completely make me think Michael was a good guy at first, and even felt sorry for him! That’s just unbearable, but that’s what it was.
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