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Triptych review ↠ eBook or Kindle ePUB ¾ In the city of Atlanta women are dying—at the hands of a killer who signs his work with a single chilling act of mutilation Leaving behind enough evidence to fuel a frenzied police hunt this cunning madman is bringing together dozens of lives crossing the boundaries of wealth and race And the peoplI a beautiful vice cop who was once Michael's lover before she became his enemyBut another player has entered the game a loser ex con who has stumbled upon the killer's trail in the most coincidental of ways someone who may be the key to breaking the case wide op. 4 Stars OMG that beginning was AMAZINGIt literally knocked me off my feet I had to go back and read it all over again I thought I'd missed somethingSadly for such a kickass beginning the rest of the book was predictable I'm aware that keeping the reader in the dark wasn't the author's intention but still I just think the story would have been much engaging if we the author hadn't revealed the killer's identitiy so early onI really liked the story overall and I will definitely continue reading the series because Will

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In the city of Atlanta women are dying at the hands of a killer who signs his work with a single chilling act of mutilation Leaving behind enough evidence to fuel a frenzied police hunt this cunning madman is bringing together dozens of lives crossing the boundar. “Three canvases hinged together to make one image when it was open another image when it was closed”Three perspectives Three different versions of the same event When brought together they paint a picture of one sick sadistic and dangerous individual When a homicide detective is called to the scene of a brutal murder he reflects on his own life A newly released convicted sex offender and murderer struggles to assimilate A vice cop is haunted by her past All three perspectives are put together by Will Trent revealing an entirely different point of view on a serial killer who is about to strike one last timeThe narrative is divided into three main parts Part I is narrated by Detective Michael Ormewood Part II by John Shelley and Part III is split between Will Trent and Angie Polaski It’s not until 40% in that the reader is introduced to Will POV I was expecting Will to have a bigger voice but he stays uietly in the background until it’s time to strike I started this series by reading book number 8 so I was familiar with Will and Angie’s characters However reading this first installment made me regret starting this series in the middle as I went into this book with some preconceived notions about Angie and Will It was interesting to view their relationship in a different light Triptych is a gruesome and dark thriller that I could not put down Similar to other Slaughter books some scenes are extremely difficult to read due to their disturbing nature She does not hold back when it comes to sharing sick and twisted details This book is not for the faint of heart Each part concludes with a huge reveal that had me taken by surprise The first major twist I didn’t see coming and had me shaking my head in a good way at how skillfully Slaughter pulls this off and makes me want to read everything she has ever written I have only read two books in this series and I am already addicted I will be planning a Will Trent binge fest soon

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TriptychIes of wealth and race And the people who are chasing him must cross those boundaries too Among them is Michael Ormewood a veteran detective whose marriage is hanging by a thread and whose arrogance and explosive temper are threatening his career And Angie Polask. I will start by saying that Karin Slaughter is a pretty darn good thriller writerI will follow that by saying she goes to some pretty dark and disturbing places I almost feel bad enjoying her stories as much as I do But that is the thing with a good escape it often takes you places you may not normally be comfortable going You know pushing the limits can be uite a rideWith Triptych Slaughter starts a new series with protagonist Will Trent He is a very interesting character that I am glad to know I am not done with yet He was fleshed out so well that I want to know and see him in action And in addition to Will being an interesting character – all the characters from this book are wonderfully flawed Whether their flaws make them tragic heroes or twisted maniacs they are all fun to read about I love the way she introduces each of them and then fills the reader in with their back stories one backstory went on for so long I started to forget about the main story – but that was just fine And none of the characters are plain vanilla or cookie cutter – all are uniue – like nothing I have read beforeBack to my comment about pushing the limits I love her writing and her books but Slaughter always goes almost too far with her plot devices Some readers may be put off by this So if you do not like your crime novels gory and your sexual situations kind of twisted this may not be the book for you But I will say that even though she gets pretty extreme it always feels like it fits I don’t get this feeling like she forced a scenario in for shock value That to me is a sign of a great writerIf you give it a shot I think you will be enthralled But don’t say I didn’t warn you