Een paar weken later geniet special agent Will Trent van een rustige zondag met zijn vriendin Sara ...more
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I don't remember the reason for the hostage, but Jeffrey Tolliver got shot, a few policemen were killed and some children were held hostage as well.
In the book that narrates this hostage siituation, there is back and forth between the days when Jeffrey took her to the place where he grew up and an old secret got out. I loved that book.(less)
Her books can sometimes be criticised for including too much violence and not particularly, p ...more
The Last Widow is #9 in Will Trent series but my first one and it felt absolutely fine to read it as a standalone.
The Last Widow is action-packed and it made me feel as if I was seeing the scenes rather than just read ...more
A woman is abducted from a shopping centre car park. A month later she is forced to take part in a terrorist attack. Will Trent's girlfriend a doctor is also taken by the terrorist. It's a race against time to stop these men and get the women back alive.
I did not enjoy this book as much as the author's earlier books in this series and found a difference in writing style and the story very slow at the beginning.
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"The Last Widow" is number nine in the Georgia Bureau Investigator Will Trent series and it is possible to read this as a standalone, though to fully understand Will and his unique personality it wouldn't hurt to read some of the previous books, as much for enjoyment as anything else. I have b ...more
Will Trent and his girlfriend Sarah both work for the Georgia Bureau of Investigation and their individual skill sets are put to the test throughout this story. Will’s work partner, Faith and his boss Amanda, both know him equally well and they know each other’s strengths and abilities well.
I love the way Karin ...more
This latest book does contain spoilers for other books in this series, and as is usual with this author, does contain graphic descriptions of violent acts, and violent crimes.
I have read a lot of books both in this series and other works by Karin Slaughter, so I knew exactly what I was going to get when I started this book. For me, the pacing was a little bit off at ...more
I didn’t realise when requesting this book it was so far into a series. Having said that, it does read well as a standalone. There was no confusion and I soon had enough feel for the characters from the information drip-fed through the narrative, by means of dialogue and observations, to become invested in them.
The abduction of Michelle Spivey, a scientist who works in disease control, from a shopping mall car park seems targeted, but there is no contact from the abductors, no ransom demand ...more
If you have read Sla ...more
The Last Widow sees the return of Will Trent and Sara Linton in an action-packed ninth novel featuring this couple as the main characters.
Michelle Spivey is a specialist in diseases, but first and foremost, she is a mother. So, when threatening men appear in a parking lot when she is with her young daughter, her first thought is to save her child. However, the men want her not the girl and snatch her into oblivion. A month later, Michelle turns up in the middle of a major inci ...more
I'd have liked to have seen more of Amanda and Evelyn who make what feel like token walk-on appearances ...more
In The Last Widow, Slaughter sets off ...more
The story begins with a women that we later learn i ...more
The resurgence of neo-nazism is explored in this riveting, often graphically violent novel, its contemporary relevance adds to the story’s menacing quality. The thriller unfolds on two l ...more