One of the hundred books a year I read:

One of the hundred books a year I read:

Karin Slaughter Blindsighted


Karin Slaughter

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Somehow, I had never read a Karin Slaughter book despite most of my favorite authors listing her among their favorites. Reading the first book she wrote solved that problem.

A sleepy Georgia town is shocked to discover a blind college professor has been raped and murdered. The victim is the identical twin sister of the town’s only female detective, Lena.

Sara, a pediatrician and part-time coroner, performs the autopsy, revealing a heinous level of sadistic behavior by the assailant. Her ex-husband, police chief Jeffrey Tolliver leads the investigation.

When a second victim is found murdered, Sara realizes a secret from her past may help unmask the killer. Can they solve the crime before another victim is killed?

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