Grant County 02
‘One of the boldest thriller writers working today’ TESS GERRITSEN
‘Her characters, plot, and pacing are unrivalled’ MICHAEL CONNELLY
The second book in Karin Slaughter's #1 bestselling GRANT COUNTY series.
When a teenage quarrel in the small town of Heartsdale explodes into a deadly shoot-out, Sara Linton - paediatrician and medical examiner - finds herself entangled in a horrific tragedy. And what seems at first to be a terrible but individual catastrophe proves to have wider implications when the autopsy reveals evidence of long-term abuse and ritualistic self-mutilation.
Sara and police chief Jeffrey Tolliver start to investigate, but the children surrounding the victim close ranks. The families turn their backs. Then a young girl is abducted, and it becomes clear that the first death is linked to an even more brutal crime. And unless Sara and Jeffrey can uncover the deadly secrets the children hide, it's going to happen again...
Crime and thriller masters know there’s nothing better than a little Slaughter:
‘I’d follow her anywhere’ GILLIAN FLYNN
‘Passion, intensity, and humanity’ LEE CHILD
‘A writer of extraordinary talents’ KATHY REICHS
‘Fiction doesn't get any better than this’ JEFFERY DEAVER
‘A great writer at the peak of her powers’ PETER JAMES
‘Raw, powerful and utterly gripping’ KATHRYN STOCKETT
‘With heart and skill Karin Slaughter keeps you hooked from the first page until the last’ CAMILLA LACKBERG
‘Amongst the world‘s greatest and finest crime writers’ YRSA SIGURÐARDÓTTIR
"A great read ... crime fiction at its finest" -- Michael Connelly "A complex and confident thriller in which character goes deep" Daily Mirror "With Blindsighted, Karin Slaughter left a great many thriller writers looking anxiously over their shoulders. With Kisscut, she leaves most of them behind" -- John Connolly "Slaughter's plotting is relentless, piling on surprises and twists ... [Kisscut] should come with a psychological health warning" Guardian "Fast-paced and unsettling ... A compelling and fluid read" Daily Telegraph