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Cold, Cold Heart by Karin Slaughter (61)

First comes love.
Then comes marriage.
Then comes revenge.
In this sensational short story from the bestselling author of The Kept Woman and Pretty Girls, fifty-two-year-old Pam has done her utmost as a loyal wife to her now ex-husband John. He dropped her cruelly . . . but with a terminal illness about to claim his life, Pam now sees an opportunity to settle the score, in a way that no one—not their children, not her ex, and certainly not the reader—will see coming . . .
Surprising, suspenseful, and diabolically clever, Cold, Cold Heart offers old fans and new readers alike a taste of the writer Gillian Flynn calls “one of the finest crime novelists at work today.”

  • Kindle: 852 KB
  • Print Length: 69 pages
  • Publisher: Witness Impulse (August 23, 2016)
  • ASIN: B01J16UVT8



My review for, Pretty Girls





Karin Slaughter grew up in a small south Georgia town and has been writing short stories and novels since she was a child. She is the author of the international bestselling Grant County and Atlanta novels, the novella Martin Misunderstood. She is also the editor of Like A Charm, a collaboration of British and American crime fiction writers. She lives in Atlanta.








REVIEW:
Brilliant!!
Twisted too, but in a good way. Oh my goodness, this is an intense 69 pages lemme tell ya!
I did not think it would play out the way it did either, which is also a good thing. I'm pleasantly surprised!
I love this author's writing. She puts you there, in that intense moment, and sometimes has you scared. She sure does paint a vivid picture, but in thrillers, it's what I look for. If you haven't read anything by Karin Slaughter, this little ditty might be the perfect place to start. You will really see how well she cam craft a story and hit you with the ending. Like, BAM!
I think I have a girl-crush....

5/5






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Kindle: 1331.0 KBPrint: 307 pagesPublisher: William Morrow; Reprint edition (Jan. 27 2015)ASIN: B00K53D3JC

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