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Since Blindsighted, Karen has published 17 other novels in the past 13 years. Karin has been awarded and nominated for several local and international awards throughout her career as a writer. Blindsighted was nominated for major awards including a Dagger, a Barry, and a Macavity. She also won an award from the American Association of People with Disabilities for having her character, Will Trent, have dyslexia.
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Now working as a doctor in Atlanta's Grady Hospital she is starting to piece her life together. But when a severely wounded young woman is brought in to the emergency room, she finds herself drawn back into a world of violence and terror. The woman has been hit by a car but, naked and brutalized, it's clear that she has been the prey of a twisted mind.
When Special Agent Will Trent of the Criminal Investigation Team returns to the scene of the accident, he stumbles on a torture chamber buried deep beneath the earth. And this hidden house of horror reveals a ghastly truth — Sara's patient is just the first victim of a sick, sadistic killer. Wrestling the case away from the local police chief, Will and his partner Faith Mitchell find themselves at the center of a grisly murder hunt.
And Sara, Will and Faith — each with their own wounds and their own secrets — are the only thing that stands between a madman and his next crime… . When the body of a young woman is discovered deep beneath the icy waters of Lake Grant, a note left under a rock by the shore points to suicide.
But within minutes, it becomes clear that this is no suicide. It's a brutal, cold-blooded murder. All too soon former Grant County medical examiner Sara Linton — home for Thanksgiving after a long absence — finds herself unwittingly drawn into the case. The chief suspect is desperate to see her but when she arrives at the local police station she is met with a horrifying sight — he lies dead in his cell, the words 'Not me' scrawled across the walls. Something about his confession doesn't add up and deeply suspicious of the detective in charge, Lena Adams, Sara immediately calls the Georgia Bureau of Investigation.
Shortly afterwards, Special Agent Will Trent is brought in from his vacation to investigate.
But he is immediately confronted with a wall of silence. Grant County is a close-knit community with loyalties and ties that run deep. And the only person who can tell the truth about what really happened is dead. There's no police training stronger than a cop's instinct. Her front door is open.
There's a bloodstain above the knob.
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She sees a hostage situation in the bedroom. What she doesn't see is her mother…. When the hostage situation turns deadly, Faith is left with too many questions, not enough answers. To find her mother, she'll need the help of her partner, Will Trent, and they'll both need the help of trauma doctor Sara Linton. But Faith isn't just a cop anymore — she's a witness. She's also a suspect. The thin blue line hides police corruption, bribery, even murder. Faith will have to go up against the people she respects the most in order to find her mother and bring the truth to light — or bury it forever.
Karin Slaughter's most exhilarating novel yet is a thrilling journey through the heart and soul, where the personal and the criminal collide, and conflicted loyalties threaten to destroy reputations and ruin lives. Will Trent, a dedicated agent with the Georgia Bureau of Investigation for fifteen years, knows that there's definitely such a thing as a cop's intuition. Which is why he should have listened to his own. While in an airport restroom at Atlanta's Hartsfield-Jackson International, Will overhears a girl's pleading, plaintive voice: He feels it in his gut.
But he waits too long to act, and now the girl and the anxious, angry man she's with have disappeared into the crowds at the busiest passenger airport in the world. After a desperate search and with time running out, Will makes a call to his supervisor, Amanda Wagner. Will's partner, Faith Mitchell, immediately sends out an abducted child alert. The entire airport will soon be grinding to a halt: Eighty-nine million passengers a year. Six million square feet of space that sprawled across two counties, three cities, and five jurisdictions. All shut down on a dime because Will has a hunch that he is certain is true: And he intends to bring her back—no matter what it takes.
Will Trent is a brilliant agent with the Georgia Bureau of Investigation. Newly in love, he is beginning to put a difficult past behind him. Then a local college student goes missing, and Will is inexplicably kept off the case by his supervisor and mentor, deputy director Amanda Wagner. Will cannot fathom Amanda's motivation until the two of them literally collide in an abandoned orphanage they have both been drawn to for different reasons. Decades before, when his father was imprisoned for murder, this was Will's home. It appears that the case that launched Amanda's career forty years ago has suddenly come back to life—and it involves the long-held mystery of Will's birth and parentage.
Now these two dauntless investigators will each need to face down demons from the past if they are to prevent an even greater terror from being unleashed. Detective Will Trent is standing in a Georgia convenience store, waiting on an obstinate Icee frozen drink machine. To the surveillance cameras and bored staff of the Lil' Dixie Gas-n-Go, however, Will appears to be someone very different—the menacing ex-con Bill Black.
Going undercover as Bill, the Georgia Bureau of Investigation agent is about to infiltrate the most corrupt town in the most corrupt county in the new American South. Everything changes in one horrific instant, as all hell breaks loose at the Lil' Dixie. A cop is shot.
A bag of cash goes flying across the floor. A young woman disappears while a killer takes off in a battered pick-up truck. Within seconds, Will is in pursuit. Will Trent is a Georgia Bureau of Investigation agent whose latest case has him posing as Bill Black, a scary ex-con who rides a motorcycle around Macon, Georgia, and trails an air of violence wherever he goes.
The cover has worked and he has caught the eye of a wiry little drug dealer who thinks he might be a useful ally. But undercover and cut off from the support of the woman he loves, Sara Linton, Will finds his demons catching up with him. Although she has no idea where Will has gone, or why, Sara herself has come to Macon because of a cop shooting: Her stepson, Jared, has been gunned down in his own home. Another great thriller from Karin Slaughter.
Looking forward to reading more of this series. View all 3 comments. Originally posted on The Book Nympho Quick summary Abigail Campano comes home and interrupts what appears to be an intruder who's apparently murdered her daughter. What transpires next is shocking and extraordinary. He's paired with APD Detective Faith Mitchell to coordinate the efforts of the two law enforcement groups and for the Originally posted on The Book Nympho Quick summary Abigail Campano comes home and interrupts what appears to be an intruder who's apparently murdered her daughter.
He's paired with APD Detective Faith Mitchell to coordinate the efforts of the two law enforcement groups and for the additional help. What I loved about the story Faith makes her debut in the story and I loved how her working relationship with Will evolved from nowhere to respect and grudging admiration. They made a great team, especially given Will's secret dyslexia. I'm looking forward to seeing more of them as a team. The case was extremely intriguing, taking some interesting and shocking twists and turns, some bordering on the macabre.
The investigation was solid, showing the best of Will and his vulnerabilities. The narration Phil Gigante, one of my favorite narrators, provides a really good performance with perfect timing and character distinctions. The bottom line I really loved the odd connections between many of the characters.
Atlanta is a big city where everyone seems to know everybody's history on some level. It's a southern thing that's well represented in the story. Slaughter is a master at weaving mystery, suspense and police procedurals with outstanding character development and this is a fine representation.
I can't wait to start the next book. I'm rooting for Will to gain some confidence, and recognize he has some special talents. I hope he stops viewing himself as less because he's dyslexic. I can't help but love him. Even though Amanda his boss can be ruthless, I like her. I know she snatched Will up because she knew it would benefit the GBI, but I think she is looking out for him, too. Partnering him up with Faith was a smart move, and I think it'll help Will in many ways. I suspected one of the perpetrators, but the other was a surprise.
I think Will's dealing with Paul, Emma's father, provided some closure and enlightenment by the end. As far as Angie goes, thankfully she's not in the book much, because every time she opens her mouth I dislike her a little more. She better leave Betty Will's ragamuffin little dog alone! I listened to the audio and while I like Phil Gigante for the Fever series I haven't liked him for any other book.
His male voices are good, but his female voices leave a lot to be desired. I'm thankful Natalie Ross is the narrator in the next installment. On to the next one! View all 11 comments. Jun 17, Debra rated it really liked it. This is the second in the Will Trent series. In this one, Will Trent is called in to investigate the murder of a teenager girl.
Upon finding her daughter dead, her Mother attacks who she believes to be her daughter's killer. It is also discovered that the missing girls father, knew Trent growing up. Not everything is as it seems and we learn that one girl is dead while another is missing. Will and his new partner, Faith are working against the clock to find the missing teen. I liked the character This is the second in the Will Trent series. I liked the character of Faith, who has a sort of past with Trent.
Their interactions as first are hostile and apologetic. As the investigation goes on, we see Faith begin to warm up to Trent.
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Trent is still with on again off again girlfriend Angie. I hope he begins to wise up. He is so smart in many areas of his life and yet he keeps repeating the same mistake over and over again. He also seems to be stuck with his dyslexia, hiding it form his peers, ashamed and afraid of what they will think of him. He continues to awkward but the more we I learn about him, the more likable he becomes. The story is good and solid in this book. Like an onion this book has many layers and once peeled back, the story comes full swing. See more of my reviews at www. View all 6 comments.
Oct 31, Beverly rated it it was amazing. A wonderful, fast-paced follow-up to Triptych. Will Trent for president! Will Trent is such and intriguing man He is a broken man. An awkward, eccentric personality. Yet he's also decent and kind.
He is sexy as fuck, but in a shy and guarded sort of way. But more than anything And yet he avoids close connections, they bring on too many questions. He has dreams, just like everyone else. But he buries them so deep that he 4. But he buries them so deep that he's forgotten they even exist. And they terrify him. But I want this man to have everything. I want all of his dreams to come true. I wish I could make them come true. And still I know very little about him. Will Trent was certainly an enigma. This is a crime series.
It is violent and often gruesome. There is mystery and intrigue dripping off the pages. One of the things I like most about the series so far is the characters. They are so thick and juicy you can really sink your teeth into them. And many of them are not likable people. They are actually quite the opposite. Except of course our lovely WT! This crime was actually quite complicated. I kept formulating new theories that all seemed to be wrong. I won't say much more about it, but it had my head spinning by the end.
As soon as it all came into focus, I felt like going back to the beginning and reading it all over again to try to catch the clues.
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Sometimes, all you could do was pray for the strength to carry on. For years, Abigail had worried that her daughter would turn out exactly like her mother. Now she worried the she would not turn out at all. Anyway, I'm looking forward to moving on to the next book. I'm not joking about Will Trent. I am falling in love with him fast. And I don't even know why. But I'm afraid I'm a lost cause. Angie is starting to piss me off. I want her gone.
Aug 23, Rick rated it it was amazing. Yes, I've given "Fractured" 5 stars. NOT because it's the best book I've ever read, or because it's 'deep and meaningful literature. And isn't THAT what a good mystery should do? There wasn't ever a good place to stop! But there's many more positive things about "Fractured" that should be said: He's complex, has a deep and troubled b Yes, I've given "Fractured" 5 stars.
He's complex, has a deep and troubled background but never becomes trite or predictable. Will is teamed with Faith Mitchell, an Atlanta cop, with baggage of her own. And here's where I was surprised Their partnership could have been 'too cute' wasn't! I admit perhaps by even saying this, I'm exposing MY sexist views? Slaughter's women characters are well-rounded, varied and realistic.
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Fractured: A Novel: Will Trent Series, Book 2 (Unabridged)
There are no stereotypes here. You've probably read a synopsis somewhere, so I won't go over the storyline with you. But let me share the fact that there's a whole lot more going on than meets the eye! Buy it, reserve some time for yourself and enjoy Apr 14, Jaime rated it it was amazing Shelves: I really loved Triptych when I read it, but it took me some time to warm up to Fractured. I tend to waffle back and forth in my belief of the scenario but by the time I get to the end, I have to admit that I feel for him. Slaughter takes his illiteracy and really makes it matter, as his dyslexia leads to him discovering some key fa I really loved Triptych when I read it, but it took me some time to warm up to Fractured.
Slaughter takes his illiteracy and really makes it matter, as his dyslexia leads to him discovering some key facts later than he should. But enough about Will! The real mystery here, What Has Happened to Emma? Not only is this the story of a brutal kidnapping or murder?