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Most Helpful Favorable Review

13 out of 13 people found this review helpful.

Grant County Series

I started reading Karin Slaughter's themed books because I liked the characters of Dr. Sara Linton and Police Chief Jeffrey Tolliver. I like to buy 2 or 3 books from a series so that I have the next one ready when I finish the first one. I do this because I can't wait...
I started reading Karin Slaughter's themed books because I liked the characters of Dr. Sara Linton and Police Chief Jeffrey Tolliver. I like to buy 2 or 3 books from a series so that I have the next one ready when I finish the first one. I do this because I can't wait to read on and see what is going on with my characters. Karin Slaughter writes in a fashion that makes easy reading but always keeps your interest. I especially enjoyed Indelible as it touches on the minor characters also. I highly recommend you start reading the Grant County series from the first book to the most recent. I guarantee you will enjoy them.

posted by elaynecm51 on August 16, 2009

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9 out of 15 people found this review helpful.

Explore the lowlife in this absurd Southern thriller

Another over-the-top, ridiculous story from a vastly overrated author. In every Slaughter book a homosexual is either (a) the bad guy (b) murdered. And *every* major female character has been raped. You can almost imagine the author rewriting scenes to make them more...
Another over-the-top, ridiculous story from a vastly overrated author. In every Slaughter book a homosexual is either (a) the bad guy (b) murdered. And *every* major female character has been raped. You can almost imagine the author rewriting scenes to make them more, more, MORE shocking. I found the story absurd and way too long. In flashback, Jeffrey hates his hometown, never goes there, yet swerves there on whim on a so-called Florida vacation with Sarah. In real time, JUST at the moment that a shootout of this hicksville, no-wheres police station is about to go down, Sarah happens to be there. Adding to the 'drama,' a bunch of 7-yr olds are getting a tour. Why not throw in a grandmother to get shot...? Oh, wait -- she did. These characters are the most unlikeable collection assembled in a series that I know of. Low-class in their heart of hearts. If you're into debasement, this is the book for you. If you're into an intelligent thriller, keep moving.

posted by Anonymous on June 16, 2004

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 16, 2004

    Explore the lowlife in this absurd Southern thriller

    Another over-the-top, ridiculous story from a vastly overrated author. In every Slaughter book a homosexual is either (a) the bad guy (b) murdered. And *every* major female character has been raped. You can almost imagine the author rewriting scenes to make them more, more, MORE shocking. I found the story absurd and way too long. In flashback, Jeffrey hates his hometown, never goes there, yet swerves there on whim on a so-called Florida vacation with Sarah. In real time, JUST at the moment that a shootout of this hicksville, no-wheres police station is about to go down, Sarah happens to be there. Adding to the 'drama,' a bunch of 7-yr olds are getting a tour. Why not throw in a grandmother to get shot...? Oh, wait -- she did. These characters are the most unlikeable collection assembled in a series that I know of. Low-class in their heart of hearts. If you're into debasement, this is the book for you. If you're into an intelligent thriller, keep moving.

    9 out of 15 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted December 13, 2014

    I never give up on reading a book once started. This was my fir

    I never give up on reading a book once started. This was my first Karin Slaughter book and I kept going, thinking it had to get better. It didn't. The book just ran one, never made much sense (tell me again why he brought his girlfriend to his hometown on their way to the beach??). Just awful. I've crossed her off my list.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 8, 2014

    Harriet klausner

    Of course we have harriet klausner here to give her cliff nnote essay on the book ruining it and giving away the entire storyline for other readers. Please bn. Do something with this obnoxious plot spoiling poster and delete her plot spoiling posts.

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  • Posted May 3, 2013

    Boring;

    I wanted to like this but it is thin; the plot makes no sense. Even though this is book #4 there should be some reference to history so those of us who didn't begin at the beginning would have some understanding of why she is the way she is.

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