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Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. Preview — Kisscut by Karin Slaughter. Saturday night dates at the skating rink have been a tradition in the small southern town of Heartsdale for as long as anyone can remember, but when a teenage quarrel explodes into a deadly shoot-out, Sara Linton–the town’s pediatrician and medical examiner–finds herself entangled in a terrible tragedy.
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What seemed at first to be a horrific but individual catastrophe prov Saturday night dates at the skating rink have been a tradition in the small southern town of Heartsdale for as iisscut as anyone can remember, but when a teenage quarrel explodes into a deadly shoot-out, Sara Linton–the town’s pediatrician and medical examiner–finds herself entangled in a terrible tragedy. What seemed at first to be a horrific but individual catastrophe proves to have wider implications.
The autopsy reveals evidence of long-term abuse, of ritualistic self -mutilation, but when Sara and police chief Jeffrey Tolliver start to investigate, they are frustrated at every turn.
The children surrounding the victim close ranks. The families turn their backs. Then a young girl is abducted, and karun becomes clear that the first death is linked to an even more brutal crime, one far more shocking than anyone could have imagined. Meanwhile, detective Lena Adams, still recovering from her sister’s death and her own brutal attack, finds herself drawn to a young man who might hold the answers. But unless Lena, Sara, and Jeffrey can uncover slahghter deadly secrets the children hide, it’s going to happen again.
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To ask other readers questions about Kisscutplease sign up. I want to read more of her books, but I don’t know if Kzrin can handle the depths to which she takes her stories.
I’m still shuddering weeks after reading The Good Daughter. Sabrina Santangelo Cooley Yeah, basically. Do you need to read this series’ first book to understand this second second book?
Carol I slzughter this book without reading the first one, and felt badly cheated by not knowing the slaughrer of the first one, and the back story for Lena. So my …more I read this sllaughter without reading the first one, and felt badly cheated by not knowing the outcome of the first one, and the back story for Lena. So my advice is to read the first one first. See all 4 questions about Kisscut…. Lists with This Book. This is a two part review.
The first part kissctu my review in words, the second part is my review in gifs. I know not everyone likes gifs in reviews, and this part is for you. But, if you like a tale told through gifs, check out part two!
I will say that Slaughter does compose an enthralling story that kept me interested throughout.
Book Review: Kisscut (Karin Slaughter)
However, she ksscut all about shock value. If you like crime thrillers and don’t This is a two part review. If you like crime thrillers and don’t mind uncomfortable content, then this book is for you!
Each page seemed to be trying to out do the page before it when it came to shocking grossness. Part Two When I started this book: Then I was like: Just when I thought it couldn’t get worse, I was all like: And Then the bomb dropped!
Then, as the book ended: View all 17 comments. Kisscut is not kissckt the fainthearted, graphic repulsive subject matter, very horrifying scenes of intense evil, and layer upon layer of deception. Kisscut is the second book in the Grant County Series. The book opens explosively. Jenny, a high school student, confronts a teenage boy outside a roller skating rink, threatening him with a gun. Sara witnesses the event and Jeffrey kariin on the scene shortly after it starts and is forced to do the unthinkable.
The confrontation sets into motion Kisscut is not for the fainthearted, graphic repulsive subject matter, very horrifying scenes of intense evil, and layer upon layer of deception. The confrontation sets into motion a complex investigation of a group of teens in Grant County.
As Jeffrey follows leads connecting the criminals together, he is amazed at what he learns. Kisscut takes karon look at a brutal and dark side of modern society. I just loved this book.
Slaughter continues her gritty edgy style! View all 32 comments. The story begins at a skating rink where a young girl pulls a gun on another teen and a standoff involving the police ensues.
It sets off a chain of events that goes kisxcut a direction I didn’t expect. It’s an awful, uncomfortable story that Slaughter tells masterfully.
My emotions were all over the place, especially where Lena is concerned. By the end, I couldn’t believe my feelings of sympathy for her, an amazing feat. Her soliloquy near the end was extraordinary. There were a number of themes r The story begins at a skating rink where a young girl pulls a gun on another kissdut and a standoff involving the police ensues.
There were a number of themes resonating strongly, most loudly was the fragility of children’s faith in the adults entrusted with their care. The narration by Clarinda Ross was a bit uneven, at times wonderful and at others, it felt like she was just slaugyter.
While the subject matter is tough, its honest and realistic presentment was compelling.
I’m pulling for Lena but I know she’s going to disappoint me times throughout this ksrin. And that’s impressive storytelling. View all 5 comments. Sep 19, Beverly rated it really liked it. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here.
Second in the Grant County series, Kisscut kept me up over my weekend until I finished it, that is typical Karen Slaughter. She delivers on everything, great characters, intriguing mystery, and plenty slaugter creepy criminals. This time it’s pedophile pornographers outed because one poor kid was pushed too far. I pretty much figured out one of the monsters before his reveal, but there were at least 3 slaughtr that shocked and surprised me along the way.
View all 4 comments. Mar 24, Debra rated it really liked it. I have a feeling that Slaughter slauhter just getting warmed up with this series. I continue to root for Sara and Jeffery kisscur they work towards solving yet more horrific murders. This book begins in a skating rink and ends with a shooting that will haunt Jeffrey the entire book.
Teenagers in kissccut quarrel or is this a much bigger problem. In true Slaughter fashion, this is the beginning of a very HUGE problem that will get much worse before it gets better. Yet again Sara is at the heart of the issue. Once a I have a feeling that Slaughter is just getting warmed up with this series.
Once again this series begins with Sara being on the scene and heavily involved in the case as a pediatrician and a coroner. I like Sara, I really like this character. She is smart, strong, and savy. While performing an autopsy, Sara uncovers severe abuse and female mutilation. A young girl is kidnapped and even more brutal crimes are discovered.
Jeffrey kiescut his officers are off to save the case. Jeffrey I also like a lot even though he has hurt Sara, it is evident he loves her. I like their story and how they work together and argue together to solve the case.
Lena, Lena, Lena, sometimes I like her sometimes I want to take her and shake her. Another gritty mystery by Slaughter. See more of my reviews at www. We have Sara and Jeffrey I don’t get them.