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The Silent Wife Atlanta, Georgia Present day A young woman is brutally attacked and left for dead The police investigate but the trail goes cold Until a chance assignment takes GBI investigator Will Trent to the state penitentiary, and to a prisoner who says he recognizes the MO The attack looks identical to the one he was accused of eight years earlier The prisoner’s always insisted that he was innocent, and now he’s sure he has proof The killer is still out thereAs Will digs into both crimes it becomes clear that he must solve the original case in order to reach the truth Yet nearly a decade has passed—time for memories to fade, witnesses to vanish, evidence to disappear And now he needs medical examiner Sara Linton to help him hunt down a ruthless murderer But when the past and present collide, everything Will values is at stake



10 thoughts on “The Silent Wife

  1. says:

    Well Played Karin Slaughter, Well Played.

    Oops You did it again
    You played with my heart..


    My oh My.. what a wild, crazy, heart stopping, laugh out loud, tearfilled ride “The Silent Wife” turned out to be. Going in, I had no idea what to expect. What I got was Jeffrey. My Jeffrey. Jeffrey Tolliver. Be St


  2. says:

    Karin Slaughter's latest addition to her Georgia Bureau of Investigations (GBI) agent Will Trent and medical examiner, Dr Sara Linton, series is a dark, unsettling and disturbing nightmare of a affair. GBI have been called in to to investigate the murder of inmate, 38 year old Jesus Vasquez, at the penitentiary during a riot, when they are offered information on the perpetr


  3. says:

    These books are basically crack to me so you’re not going to get a super balanced or neutral review here. I probably also shouldn’t be making drug jokes right after reading Dopesick, but I don’t have a better way to describe it! Karin Slaughter’s books just do it fo


  4. says:

    Finally we got a real,gripping, gory, gritty, graphic, disturbing, dark and unputdownable Will Trent story that we’ve been waiting for. Don’t get me wrong, the brilliant, ultra talented author always gives us one book at a year but last two books were like regular, fast pacing thrillers and I missed the real essence, dysfunctional dynamics of Will’s world.

    But this


  5. says:

    Nineteen years ago, Karin Slaughter wrote the first book in her Grant County series and she has been my favorite ever since. Karin Slaughter fans know that the books began with the Grant County Series and then the Will Trent Series came along with Sara doing a crossover and the rest is history folks. If you have not read these two series, I highly recommend them. Be warned - they are dark


  6. says:

    It’s been nineteen years since Karin Slaughter released her first book in the Grant County series. Now, in the connected Will Trent series, she has written the best book since 2012’s “Criminal”.

    Past and present collide when GBI investigator Will Trent and his partner, Faith Mitchell, go from looking at a deadly prison riot to looking into the brutal attack of a woman. When


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    Oh my


  8. says:

    Will Trent and Faith Mitchell of the Georgia Bureau of Investigation are called to a Georgia prison following a riot and death of an inmate. Whilst there, prisoner Daryl Nesbitt asks to see them and accuses Detective Jeffrey Tolliver of fitting him up for brutal two rape attacks which he is serving time for. Jeffrey is now dead and was the former husband of medical examiner Dr Sara Linton who is in a re


  9. says:

    “With Jeffrey, Sara had known that there were dozens, possibly hundreds of other women who could love him just as intensely as she did. With Will, Sara was keenly aware that she was the only woman on earth who could love him the way that he deserved to be loved.”


  10. says:

    Spoiler Free Review:
    Eight years ago, most Grant County authorities were confident they had locked a serial rapist and murderer away for life. Recent brutal cases of misogynistic attacks on women bearing the same horrifying MO suggest the serial killer is still out there preying on women. The convicted inmate's declaration of innocence and disturbing accusations of dirty cops add fuel to the flame indicating


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