Aug 16, 2019

Book Beginning: The Last Widow by Karin Slaughter

The Last Widow by Karin Slaughter, August 20, 2019, William Morrow

The Last Widow (Will Trent, #9)

The Last Widow

Description: A mysterious kidnapping

On a hot summer night, a scientist from the Centers for Disease Control is grabbed by unknown assailants in a shopping center parking lot. Vanished into thin air, the authorities are desperate to save the doctor. 

A devastating explosion
A diabolical enemy
Book beginning:PROLOGUE 
Michelle Spivey jogged through the back of the store, frantically scanning each aisle for her daughter, panicked thoughts circling her brain: How did I lose sight of her I am a horrible mother my baby was didnapped by a pedophiole or a human trafficker should I flag store security or call the police or --
Michelle stopped so abruptly that her shoe snicked against the floor....
Page 56: 
Maggie said, "I'll briefly run down the SWAT Bible on transport from the APD perspective. We're all following the Active Shooter Doctrine. No negotiation. Just pop and drop....
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Anne@HeadFullofBooks said...

Sounds like a thrilling book. Enjoy! My Friday Quotes

Literary Feline said...

What an intense opening! As a mother, I can only imagine the fear going through her mind. This sounds like a good one. I've only read one Karin Slaughter book. I liked it, although didn't love it. I'd like to try something else by her.

Have a great weekend!

Kathy Martin said...

Sounds intriguing. I love a good thriller. This week I am spotlighting Stolen Things by R. H. Herron from my review stack. Happy reading!

Books In Bloom said...

Ohh, sounds very interesting! I haven't read this author yet but i know shes very popular. I need to look into this. :)

Breana M. said...

I havent read anything by this author, but this seems like an interesting book.

fredamans said...

I love Slaughter, but gotta start this one at book 1. I've read others by her that I loved though. :-) Happy weekend!

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