Indelible is the fourth book in the Grant County series by author Karin Slaughter. It was originally released in hardback in Previous books in the series are. Gillian Flynn says, “Karin Slaughter is simply one of the best thriller writers working today.”Two armed men enter the police station in tiny Heartsdale, Geo. Book Review: Karin Slaughter’s Indelible. Posted April 18, by Kathy Davie in Book Reviews. I received this book for free from the library in exchange for an.
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Nov 25, Wendy rated it really liked it Shelves: Is this somehow related to the events in Sylacauga all those years ago? Sara realizes almost immediately that this is more than When the book starts off, pediatrician and part-time medical examiner Sara Linton stops by the police station in her small Georgia town. Both Sara and Jeffrey are characters with skeletons in the closet, whose relationship is being tried in both the past and the present.
Harold is the intern at the funeral home. Indelible Thorndike Mystery Author s: Aug 02, Mike rated it it was ok Shelves: While talking to Jeffrey, two young men rush into the police station and start shooting, killing several officers, wounding others, and ksrin everyone else hostage.
Grant County series 4 Slaughte s: She smart, practical and self-assured. I enjoyed this part in the series beca This novel in the series was a surprise.
And Slaughter did not make me feel that Sara was all that supportive. I enjoyed this part in the series because I am curious about people and their lives. And it seems the past is catching up with both of them Earnshaw is the grandfather who is the wrong generation for women today.
The only real downside came in the form of interpersonal drama that was important and somewhat romance-y in terms of Jeffery and Sarabut still dragged a little for me.
The third book was better and THIS one was fabulous. Bringing her here had been like swallowing a live grenade. Throughout the story indeliboe never know who is innocent and who is guilty – and it is changing all the time. Except for a couple of minor players, don’t care about any of them. From the double 1 bestseller. In the latter-day part of the story, I do wish Slaughter had made me feel that neither Frank nor Matt wanted to be around Lena.
Subscribe to Read More to find out about similar kqrin. But of course it wouldn’t have been as emotionally wrenching had we not had the backstory, which simultaneously showed up the early courtship days of Sara and Jeffrey.
Your comments are always very appreciated! Dec 27, slauthter Her writing is almost always a five and this story, in particular, I should rate at least a four star.
No trivia or quizzes yet. I didn’t really like the skewering of Tolliver.
As the blurb states, the book starts off with a powerful opening. She’s dropping off an autopsy report, but she’s also hoping to check in with police chief Jeffrey Tolliver, her ex-husband and current lover.
Please provide an email address. This is definitely my favorite book in the Grant County series! Another word of warning on her brutality. Only 2 Stars infelible this one.
Indelible (Grant County, book 4) by Karin Slaughter
Jan 01, Nat Walton rated it really liked it Shelves: Death changed the air, charged it with something thick and unsettling. A great book that is difficult to lay down, I did finish it quite fast simply because of Mrs Slaughters great writing, it seems to be improving with each novel. It makes no sense to me. As always, Slaughter delivers a strong mystery that I truly, honestly did not see coming.
No one seems to be able to stand up and just do the right thing. The two events are tied together but it takes a bit to find out how and why. You can go with Blindsighted, which is technically the first book, or you can start with Indelible, which is the “origin story” for Sara and Jeffrey. We get a lot of information in regards to what made Jeffrey the guy he is now. With this novel, I finally have the complete picture.
Jun 20, Anna Ragsdale rated it really liked it Shelves: There was a problem adding your email address. Also, I thought the narrator sounded like she was from Louisiana at times, but I’m from Massachusetts so what do I know?!