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The Good Daughter Read Ü 102 Summary µ PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ☆ Karin Slaughter Karin Slaughter ☆ 2 Free read E first witness on the scene but it's a case that unleashes the terrible memories she's spent so long trying to suppress because the shocking truth about the crime that destroyed her family nearly thirty years ago won't stay buried forever Packed with twists and turns brimming with emotion and heart The Good Daughter is fiction at its most thrilli. This is not a series I just found this out today Also you do not need to read Last Breath which is a novella I think this was listed as a series just to get you to buy the novellaI think this was a cheap shot Also very disappointed because I loved this book and was so looking forward to this being a seriesThis is a stand alone Did anyone else think this was a series or is it just meI just loved this book I love Karin Slaughter and she has one hell of a good imagination I just don t know how she comes up with all those jaw dropping twists This is a very dark gritty and graphic read It is a very tough subject matter It is very well written and like all of her books the characters were done so well This had nail biting suspense and I could not put it down so make sure you have lots of time when you read it Last night I was up till 530 in the morning reading this This book is one of my faves for this year Actually I think it comes in first place This is not for the faint of heart You have to be able to put up with anything This book was very chilling and horrific It was so good This is a psychological thrillerI am going to try keep this part spoiler freeRusty uinn is a lawyer who works for criminals on death row He is Charlotte s and Samantha s father Something horrific happens to his family with very graphic scenes My heart really went out to Charlotte and Samantha What these girls went through was so traumatic and heart breaking Charlotte loves ice cream and after everything she went through she goes to a neighbor s house to get help and asks for some ice cream She had two bowls of it Haha I had to laugh at this because I thought it was cute and had to laugh at this moment because I went through a lot of nail biting suspense and it helped to be able to breathe after everything that happened The story goes to the past and the present There are two stories that happened in this book 28 years later Charlie follows in her Dad s footsteps and becomes a lawyer She witnesses a horrific and chilling crime It is a nightmare and Charlie has tried so hard to bury her past but this crime was so traumatic that it brought back everything in her past I felt so bad for herCharlotte and Sam wanted to forget their past that they both stayed far away from each other so that their past would not be rememberedI thought the characters were done so well I loved Charlie She got on my nerves a couple of times but I thought she was a very strong character Sam was a very strong character too I did not like Rusty I thought he was very self centeredThis book is not for the faint of heart I am going to repeat everything that I said earlier You have to be able to handle everything if you are thinking of reading this book It is very tough subject matter and I don t want you to come after me asking why I didn t warn you Haha I dare you to read it though if you think you can handle it Aaah This book was so goodI do recommend this book to those that love a dark gritty and graphic thriller

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The Good Daughter Read Ü 102 Summary µ PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ☆ Karin Slaughter Karin Slaughter ☆ 2 Free read Two girls are forced into the woods at gunpoint One runs for her life One is left behindTwenty eight years ago Charlotte and Samantha uinn's happy small town family life was torn apart by a terrifying attack on their family home It left their mother dead It left their father Pikeville's notorious defense attorney devastated And it left the family. Full reviewAnyone who knows me well knows that I m a Grade A Karin Slaughter junkie I can t get enough of her stuff it s like crack for nerds who like all the dark things in their reading repertoire I began devouring her books right around my 18th birthday and have continued to do so for almost 10 years She s the only living author that I have continued to read for such an extended period of time I tell you all this so that you are aware just how good these books truly are I m going to keep my review spoiler free for The Good Daughter but the following paragraphs will have some spoilers for her previous series mainly the Grant County books If you haven t read them and are planning to or if you d rather skip the backstory I d recommend skipping the section between the starsIf I may I would like to share my journey so far with Karin Slaughter as I have had so many people ask me on Goodreads why I am obsessed with her books and how I fell in to reading them I was lucky enough to grow up with an aunt who s a librarian in Georgia and has continually connected me with authors she knew are just phenomenal She was the first person who understood my need for consuming mysteries thrillers and all around dark themed novels the fact that I was able to pick up Blindsighted right as my mother was going through a scary breast cancer diagnosis and treatment was not lost on me The Grant County series wasn t just another set of books to teenage Chelsea they were a real place that I could escape to when my mom s tumors were being cut out of her body or while the chemo ravaged her body I could go someplace else where all that wasn t happening but also where these people understood darkness suffering and pain This is why I think it s so important that people write books containing such dark contentI blew threw the Grant County series I literally read them all back to back and couldn t get enough I grew up in Atlanta and went to Auburn University so if there has been a relatable series written for myself I can t think of what it might be When I turned the last page of Beyond Reach and I saw what Slaughter had done I ll be honest I was ready to rage and rant and throw books and cuss people out HOW COULD YOU KILL MY BELOVED When I was ready to make the transition into the Will Trent series I thought I would be done No way could this woman make me love another man with Sarah How dare she I ll admit it took me a bit of warming up to Will but then it hit me the reason I had so many feelings about these books was due to the dang characters Finally I blew threw the remaining Will Trent novels with ease and care for this new family I d accumulated I also loved her standalone novels of late and thought they were a fantastic way for new fans to dip their toes in the great expanse of the Slaughter kingdom So that brings us up to speed for The Good DaughterIf I m being honest it s always nerve wracking to pick up a new book by your favorite author especially once they ve been writing long term What if it isn t as good as those before It s a real fear so many authors burn out or try to keep writing the same story over and over while losing their viewers That fear was unnecessary here you heard me this one gets Chelsea s Holy Guacamole stamp of approval Being another standalone I wasn t really sure what the feel would be here as each of her solitary novels are all uite different Cop Town had the feel of historical crime fiction that was heavily character driven and tied in to the past of some familiar previous characters while Pretty Girls was a highly disturbing thriller wrought with tension and graphic content I believe the reason I was so drawn in by The Good Daughter was due to the nostalgic vibe it gave offAs a massive Grant County fan I was delighted to discover that TGD had such similar structure to Grant County and it s characters while simultaneously establishing it s own groove We are presented with an estranged couple we desire to reconcile set in a small town off of Atlanta with major drama that is kept within that close circle I did really enjoy that we were able to follow a family of lawyers this time it gave a fresh spin on the procedural formula that seems to work so well for the author This story did have a little action than some in the past but as we all know the reason to read any book by KS is due to her master characterization skills The lady can write some relatable intriguing and empathetic characters Once again this aspect was portrayed at it s best and I can t applaud how well the different personalities shined through in the writingSpeaking of THIS is how you develop the people telling your story THIS is how you write inclusive diverse crime fiction THIS is how you incorporate graphic content in a respectful manner that furthers the story and emotionally ties the reader to the characters There was no awkward writing in of a few diverse characters to cover the writer s backside Characters covering various forms of minorities are present here but it s done so in a way that feels right It feels like real life and what we all desire from mainstream fiction Tough timely issues are covered here such as the life of a transgender woman in the deep south the using and abuse of a child with diminished mental capacities and the long seemingly impossible journey to healing and restoration after such a brutal incident as described in the prologue were all just pieces of what made this book such a strong contender for my Top 10 reads of 2017I ll shut up now as I ve done enough damage but my hope is that you ll give this book a chance even if it doesn t sound like your typical read To answer many folks uestion I felt this one wasn t uite as gratuitously graphic and violent as Pretty Girls but it definitely is founded on a highly disturbing brutal attack Highly recommended to anyone who enjoys a procedural that makes you feel things that we as humans should never grow numb to I apologize for the lengthy review and hope you enjoy this read as much as I did You won t find characters written uite like this anywhere elseMany thanks to the publisher for providing my copy it was a pleasure to provide my honest thoughts here

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The Good Daughter Read Ü 102 Summary µ PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ☆ Karin Slaughter Karin Slaughter ☆ 2 Free read Fractured beyond repair consumed by secrets from that terrible nightTwenty eight years later Charlotte has followed in her father's footsteps to become a lawyer herself the ideal good daughter But when violence comes to Pikeville again and a shocking tragedy leaves the whole town traumatized Charlotte is plunged into a nightmare Not only is she th. If you ever find yourself in need of a good criminal defense lawyer Rusty uinn is the man He is notorious for the acuittals his clients have received Legendary for his beliefs that all people deserve the best legal defense possible no matter what their station in life or the crime they ve been accused of With Rusty on your side you ll be singing his praises as well Sunshine is for everyone Sunshine come back againCome all without Come all withinYou ain t seen nothin like the Mighty uinn Rusty also enjoys uoting literary greats so I ll use one here FScott Fitzgerald once saidShow me a hero and I ll write you a tragedy That sentiment certainly applies to Karin Slaughter s book The Good Daughter Twenty Eight years ago tragedy knocked on the uinn Family s door For the survivor s those old wounds will never completely heal Today in the uinn family home town tragedy has struck again There has been a school shooting The accused shooter is a teenage girl and as she is taken to the local hospital Rusty chases the ambulance there in order to secure his role as her defense attorney This book is the weaving together of what really happened 28 years ago and the truth behind this latest school shooting Slaughter Daughter is sensational excerpts are spoilerishview spoiler narration There was an almost imperceptible click A second hand on a watch A door latching closed A firing pin tapping against the primer in a shotgun shell Kelly s Mom to Charlie Ma am you gotta hear me My baby didn t do what they re saying Charlie and Kelly s Mom Did my father explain what s happening to Kelly He said he was working for her but I don t know She whispered My cousin says Rusty uinn is a bad man that he represents low lifes and rapists and killers Charlie s mouth went dry The woman did not seem to understand that Rusty uinn was exactly the kind of man that her daughter needed Rusty to Charlie She thinks the girl s gonna come home Like a good little unicorn Well Charlie Bear there s innocent and there s not guilty and there s not a lot of rhyme or reason in between He gave her a wink Why don t you drive your old daddy home Rusty s reply to Sam What the hell is wrong with youRusty listed on his fingers I was stabbed several times I have a heart condition I have a filthy mouth that I apparently passed on to my daughters I guess the smoking and the drinking are two separate things but RustyCharlie to Sam He said Talk to Kelly Wilson yourself Go to the police station after you eat Tell them you re my co counsel Get Kelly alone in a room and talk with her Five minutes tops You ll see what I mean See what Charlie asked She murdered a grown man and a little girl in cold blood You want to talk about seeing I was there less than a minute after it happened I saw Kelly literally Literally holding the smoking gun I watched that little girl die But Ironside over here thinks that she s innocent RustySam Honey I know you came all the way down here expecting to find me on my deathbed and I promise you on my life that it ll get to that point eventually but for now I m gonna say something to you that I have never said to you in your forty four beautiful years on this earth I need you to do this for me CharlieSam Charlie asked Where are you going Home Sam said I need this shit like I need another hole in my head Rusty s bark of laughter followed her out the door SamCharlie Wait the Georgia Bureau of Investigation interviewed you I m a witnessDid you have a lawyer I m a lawyer Charlie I know I have a fool for a client SamAnton I worry all the time that I ll drink something or take something or move the wrong way and it will cause a seizure or a stroke and break what s left of my mind Anton had not offered platitudes about the mysteries of life or advice on how to fix the problem Instead he had said Many people must have told you that you are lucky to be alive I think you would have been lucky had you not been shot in the first place Sam had cried for almost a full hour No one had ever acknowledged that she had a right to be angry about how she must survive RustySam I am fortune s fool is a line taken from Shakespeare s Romeo and Juliette Oh I am fortune s fool Rusty bellowed He was in a wheelchair right elbow on the armrest cigarette in his hand Sam said Those things are going to kill you Rusty smiled It s a balmy night I m talking to one of my beautiful daughters I ve got a fresh pack of smokes All I need is a glass of bourbon and I d die a happy man He laughed then started coughing Rusty said I heard there was some rain making at the arraignment Was the baby killed He made his voice uiver with drama Was the baby killed Dad a child was murdered I know darling believe me I know Rusty asked What d you think of her Kelly Sam considered her answer She could be smarter than we think She could be lower functioning than any of us wants to believe You can lead her anywhere Dad Anywhere I ve always preferred crazy to stupid Stupid can break your heart SamRusty I guess that s why she was always your favorite You were both my favorite Sam didn t but it Charlie had always been the good daughter the one who laughed at his jokes the one who challenged his opinions the one who had stayedRusty said A father s job is to love each of his daughters in the way they need to be loved Charlie to Sam I hate him for not taking care of himself And I love him for living life on his own terms SamBenCharlie Your knowledge of WD 40 MsSlaughter I am impressed The door groaned on rusty hinges as Sam pulled it shut A spray lubricant would alleviate that noise Ben said I tried some WD 40 That s a solvent not a lubricant Ben speaking of Rusty to charlie He said that the worst sin he had ever committed against anybody in his life was making you keep it a secret Charlie and Sam Nothing is deceitful than the appearance of humility Shakespeare MrDarcy to Bingley Of all people If it wasn t his pride it was his prejudice That is a complicated uestion with an eually complicated answer Charlie laughed This was rusty s real legacy They were going to sit around uoting a dead man uoting dead people for the rest of their lives uote of Shakespeare stage direction As the elevator doors closed Sam whispered Exit pursued by a bear hide spoiler

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  • The Good Daughter
  • Karin Slaughter
  • English
  • 02 November 2017
  • 9780062430267