Saturday, July 1, 2017

The Kept Woman/Karin Slaughter/461 pgs.

In order to fully appreciate this latest in the Will Trent series, one needs to read the previous titles. However, reading it as a stand-alone still provides an excellent read. Will Trent of the Georgia Bureau of Investigation (GBI) and his lover, Dr. Sara Linton, medical examiner for the GBI, have been called in when a murder takes place in a prospective night club. The body is that of an ex-cop, but it becomes apparent that another crime had been committed at the time of the victim's death. It appears that Will's "wife" Angie-- who is in and out of his life--is somehow involved. There is so much going on in this novel, that I stayed up half of the night in order to finish it. I can't recommend this title and series highly enough!

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