Kisscut: A Grant County Thriller (Grant County Thrillers) [Karin Slaughter] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Gillian Flynn says, “Karin. Kisscut is the second book in the Grant County series by author Karin Slaughter. It was originally released in hardback in The previous book in the series. Aptly named novelist Slaughter (Blindsighted) brings back her horribly KISSCUT. Karin Slaughter, Author. Morrow $ (p) ISBN
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Kisscut (Grant County, book 2) by Karin Slaughter
Once again this series begins with Sara being on the scene and heavily involved in the case as a pediatrician and a coroner. Dissolving into angry violence or eternal martyrdom is useless and self-destructive, but no one can predict how any one will react or recover, if they recover. It kept hopping, skipping and jumping. Sara, Jeffrey and Lena. Jeffrey, for example, in the same day describe Sara kisacut much as a an ugly and sloppy woman since she put on a comfy dress for work he couldn’t get it up the night before and it was obviously Sara’s fault with hers ‘hairy legs’.
Further suggestions might be found on the article’s talk page. This was the hardest Slaughter book that I’ve read to date because it deals with child pornography and child abuse. Questioning Mark, the boy who was almost shot, Lena gradually uncovers a true horror show of pedophilia, incest and kiddie porn, an inverted world where parents rape their children before kiszcut them to strangers for money and blackmail.
A 5-star written story, but a 4-star slaughfer experience for me personally. For some reason, this irritated him more than anything else.
Now let me explain, the subject matter of this book was painful and at time sickening to read.
And it WAS common in neighborhoods of poor people but even we who lived there didn’t know sometimes exactly all of where it was going onand no one talked about it. A big, nasty net of child pornography and molestation is found in Grant County, and it seems every single person is guilty. Her anger issues were only getting worse and her reaction to Mark was a bad one too: His faded jeans rested a little below his thin hips, and the tight white T-shirt he wore slauhgter up a little, showing off the definition in his abs.
This is the 2nd time I have read this book and it “freaked” me out just as much as the first time. Let me back up a little From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Pathologist Sara Linton, who has been dating her ex-husband, police chief Jeffrey Tolliver, is witness to Tolliver’s fatal shooting of a teenage girl when the girl threatens to shoot a year-old boy in a standoff outside the local skating rink. Aug 07, Wendy rated it it was amazing Kisscuy I am faced regularly with people who think a prayer or some kind of spiritual device fixes everything, that a god or society watches over every bird in the trees of the world.
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They are different, and the characters are great. And that’s impressive storytelling. Most of the time I was either sorry or irritated by her and I still don’t like her animosity towards Sara.
Detective Lena Adams is still recovering from the horrors she endured in Blindsighted. I’m giving it three stars because there are some definite weaknesses for example the dialogue. Do I like her? It sets off a chain of events that goes into a direction I didn’t expect.
But finish it Slauvhter did. Unfortunately, by this point, I don’t have much left to take off. I do not know to this day what I did that was so bad my dad punished me by trying to kill me. Random House AudioBooks Availability: Slaughter tells it like it is, highlighting how bad people really are.
With that said – the writing is amazing and I love how our main characters are kxrin.
Another excellent review, as always! Sorry, your blog cannot share posts by email.
Book Review: Kisscut (Karin Slaughter)
See more of my reviews at www. I survived it, but not without costs. But it’s the characters solving these crimes that keep me coming back to this series trying to cope with everyday life in the midst of all this brutality.
I want people to read novels like this because a part of me feels ‘if people only knew, they would be more proactive in prevention’, which of course, is a foolish hope.