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Fractured

Fractured Breathless tension raved the San Francisco Chronicle One of the year s most remarkable achievements crowed the Philadelphia Inquirer Karin Slaughter dazzled readers and critics alike with Triptych h

  • Title: Fractured
  • Author: Karin Slaughter
  • ISBN: 9781101887431
  • Page: 238
  • Format: Paperback
  • Breathless tension raved the San Francisco Chronicle One of the year s most remarkable achievements, crowed the Philadelphia Inquirer Karin Slaughter dazzled readers and critics alike with Triptych, her New York Times bestselling suspense novel set in metropolitan Atlanta Now the 1 internationally bestselling author returns to the damaged landscape she knows so Breathless tension raved the San Francisco Chronicle One of the year s most remarkable achievements, crowed the Philadelphia Inquirer Karin Slaughter dazzled readers and critics alike with Triptych, her New York Times bestselling suspense novel set in metropolitan Atlanta Now the 1 internationally bestselling author returns to the damaged landscape she knows so well in a bold new novel at once a powder keg of suspense, a gritty portrait of a cop s life, and a searing exploration of a shocking crime and its aftermath With its gracious homes and tree lined streets, Ansley Park is one of Atlanta s most desirable neighborhoods But in one gleaming mansion, in a teenager s lavish bedroom, a girl has been savagely murdered And in the hallway, her horrified mother stands amid shattered glass, having killed her daughter s attacker with her bare hands Detective Will Trent of the Georgia Bureau of Investigation is here only to do a political favor the murder site belongs to the Atlanta police But Trent soon sees something that the cops are missing, something in the trail of blood, in a matrix of forensic evidence, and in the eyes of the shell shocked mother Within minutes, Trent is taking over the case and adding another one to it He is sure that another teenage girl is missing, and that a killer is on the loose.Armed with only fleeting clues, teamed with a female cop who has her own personal reasons for hating him, Trent has enemies all around him and a gnawing feeling that this case, which started in the best of homes, is cutting quick and deep through the ruins of perfect lives broken wide open where human demons emerge with a vengeance.

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    1. Karin Slaughter

      Karin Slaughter is the New York Times and 1 internationally bestselling author of seventeen thrillers, including the Grant County and Will Trent series, COP TOWN, PRETTY GIRLS, THE GOOD DAUGHTER and the e original short stories Snatched Busted Blonde Hair, Blue Eyes and Last Breath Slaughter was born in a small southern Georgia community, and now resides in Atlanta She is widely credited with first coining the term investigoogling in 2006E GOOD DAUGHTER, is available now Facebook Facebook AuthorKarinSlaughter Website karinslaughter

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    1. Start a book, call it FracturedMurder, mayhem, someone's captured Pressure builds, Trashcan battered 2 of series, questions answeredWriting, plot, clearly mastered Valued reading, Karin Slaughtered


    2. Will Trent!!! I LOVE THIS GUY!!! My heart goes out to him, I want to hug him, comfort him, heck I want to adopt him!!! Oh yeah, and the book was very good as well. I'm hooked on Will and this series!!


    3. I really need to write my reviews before starting my next book. I get distracted and I forget to come back. At the moment I am distracted with book #3 in this series and I love it so far!!Fractured was another fantastic read. I found the plot to be just as engaging as I did in book #1 and the characters continue to intrigue me. Karin Slaughter writes her characters in such a way that she gives you slivers of their personalities, bits and pieces of their pasts and how each character connects to t [...]


    4. Book 1 : Triptych ★★★★Book 3 : Genesis/Undone ★► 3.5 stars. Fractured is the scene of an investigation more classic than Triptych, and I enjoyed this second book slightly less than the first one. However, it remains a very well-written and compelling read still, and I love how Karin Slaughter slowly adds layers to her characters, first of all Will Trent. There's just something so endearing and special in him that contrasts with all the investigators I read about in the past, whether [...]


    5. Another good read. Will is an enigma. Not sure what to make of him. He is dyslexic, socially inept, awkward, lives with a chihuahua and lives with Angie do not like her. But they have a history we shall see what the next story brings.“Talk about sloppy seconds.Was there such a thing as sloppy thousandths?” Teenagers, sex, murder, the heat of Atlanta good storyline.In the book she is blonde but it is MY review.We are introduced to Faith Mitchell, a Detective with the Georgia Police Departm [...]


    6. Originally posted on The Book NymphoQuick summaryAbigail Campano comes home and interrupts what appears to be an intruder who's apparently murdered her daughter. What transpires next is shocking and extraordinary. The Georgia Bureau of Investigations (GBI) and Agent Will Trent are ultimately called in when the case extends beyond the reach of the Atlanta Police Department (APD). He's paired with APD Detective Faith Mitchell to coordinate the efforts of the two law enforcement groups and for the [...]


    7. After Detective Will Trent from the Georgia Bureau of Investigation walks into a crime scene in a wealthy Atlanta home with two teenagers dead and one missing, it was always going to be a complicated case to solve. Especially since he has to work with a detective from the Atlanta PD who still hate him for catching some of their cops taking bribes to cover up drug dealing. Will has his own problems with his dyslexia and neglected childhood that make him socially awkward, but this all makes for a [...]


    8. 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. (view spoiler)[Warning him off of Angie just goes to show [...]


    9. 4.5 STARSJust getting started in this series and already I find myself getting sucked in fast! 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 dysfunctional. He is brilliant. He is sexy as fuck, but in a shy and guarded sort of way. But more than anything he is lonely. 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's [...]



    10. 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 [...]


    11. 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.'I gave it five stars because it grabbed me, and kept me inside reading all weekend. 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:The main character is Will Trent, a member of the Georgia Bureau of Investigation. He's complex, has a deep and troubled b [...]


    12. Fractured by Karin Slaughter is a 2008 publication. This second book in the Will Trent series, is a complicated case involving the death of an unpopular girl, and the kidnapping of her affluent friend, Emma. Will finds himself feeling a little off his game when it comes to light that he and Emma’s father have a shared history and Will must work on this case with a partner, Faith Williams, a woman who holds a grudge against him. This crime story is complicated, sordid, and pretty lurid. The pol [...]


    13. I really loved Triptych when I read it, but it took me some time to warm up to Fractured. Will Trent is a very unconventional main character — after all, he’s a GBI investigator that can’t read. He’s awkward, socially inept, and at times, easily flustered. 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 som [...]


    14. Another great read from Karin slaughter,she's one of my favourite authors.Looking forward to her next book got a few to readis is a kidnapping story and murder great writing love will Trent fantastic characterked this one.


    15. This second book is a continuation of the Will Trent Series. This time Will, of the Georgia Bureau of Investigation, meets his new partner Faith and together they set out to investigate the missing girl who's best friend is dead. I love the way Karen Slaughter creates flawed but lovable three dimensional characters who take you along with them with every exciting step. Will's dyslexia comes to light and little by little the author explains some of the mysteries this of this language-based learni [...]



    16. This is the second in the Will Trent series and in this installment Will is directed to work with Faith, his future partner, for the first time. They are assigned to a murder, kidnapping case where Will has a tumultuous personal history with one of the victims Fathers, which he chooses to keep to himself. A good thriller that has everyone stumped in the beginning with virtually no leads. Will and Faith are forced to come together and start building some bonds quickly in order to save one of the [...]


    17. Just finished this book, couldn't stop reading it.Will Trent is the kind of guy that is silent and does not share much, and for each book, you read you know more of his history and you understand why.Karin, the author, really got me in this book. Introducing a new main character to the story was good, and I was glad that less of the focus was on Angie, Will's wife. She is that kind of person I would never surround myself with in real life.This book starts out strong and gives you a confusing hea [...]


    18. Wieder ein super Will Trent Fall! Spannend und interessant bis zum Schluss. Da es offensichtlich weitere Fälle gibt, werde ich da sicher bald mal weiterlesen :)


    19. Because I haven't read the first book,probably that's why it was a bit hard for me to understand the relationship between the characters and their background. But still The story revolves around a murder and an abduction. 2 best friends,looking so similar that even the mother becomes confused -_- . Everyone thinks the victim is Emma Campano,the daughter of an unbelievably rich couple. Only the father is able to recognize that it is indeed NOT his daughter,but her best friend. So weird. How can a [...]


    20. Yes! I'm totally into another series by Karin Slaughter. She left me devastated at the end of the Grant County series, but I forgave Karin and now I'm hooked, AGAIN! Will Trent is so mysterious and I can't wait to read more books about him. A great book full of action and suspense.A longer review can be found at Bite Into BooksMiss Karin Queen of Crime Slaughter does it again. She has me hooked in yet another of her series and this will be very bad for my wallet indeed. The third book in this se [...]




    21. Justo seriam as 3,5*.Gostei da premissa, gostei do final, gosto muito do Will e adorei a detective.No entanto, em relação ao primeiro, achei este mais fraco. Houve alturas em que me custou um pouco a ler. No entanto recomendo, é um óptimo policial com um final que nos deixa de coração apertado.



    22. Will Trent is the most oddly refreshing character I've read in a long time. He feels so authentically human I can completely imagine him being real. There's really not much else to say except that I really enjoyed this book and it's taking a lot of self control to not recommend it to every person I meet.As I always say whenever I finish a Karin Slaughter novel--what an incredibly talented writer. Can't wait to start the third book in the series.


    23. Karin Slaughter's strength is extraordinary plotting. I really like Will Trent & plan to read more in his series, but looking at the plot summary for Will Trent #3, it is clear to me that I need to backtrack to the beginning of the Grant County series, since the two series seem to merge in the next book.


    24. With this second of the series there were things I liked more than the first:More Will Trent with focus on his character and his impairmentsLess his girlfriend Angie-yuckCool new partner Faith-have some hope for Will's future love lifeMore Atlanta setting-boy I'm glad I don't live there. Sorry Peachtree folkLiked less:The story was more confusing with characters I couldn't remember their backstoryNo big surprises. We're told the villain after lots of police work. Probably more realisticFour frac [...]


    25. 4.5 starsOra e como este ano ando muito dada a policiais, um género que até há 2 anos não me entusiasmava nada, não podia deixar de ler uma autora da qual tenho ouvido falar tão bem. Karin Slaughter é de facto uma autora que tenciono continuar a seguir. A minha entrada na série "Will Trent" não foi das melhores, pois ao pedir o livro emprestado não reparei que este era na verdade o segundo volume e não o primeiro (está visto que tenho problemas com isto, pois já me aconteceu várias [...]


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