Indelible is the fourth book in the Grant County series by author Karin Slaughter. It was originally released in hardback in Previous books in the series are. Gillian Flynn says, “Karin Slaughter is simply one of the best thriller writers working today.”Two armed men enter the police station in tiny Heartsdale, Geo. Book Review: Karin Slaughter’s Indelible. Posted April 18, by Kathy Davie in Book Reviews. I received this book for free from the library in exchange for an.
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Indelible (Grant County, #4) by Karin Slaughter
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An officer is shot point-blank in the Grant County police station slaughted police chief Jeffrey Tolliver is wounded, setting off a terrifying hostage situation with medical examiner Sara Linton at iarin center.
Working outside the station, Lena Adams, newly reinstated to the force, and Frank Wallace, Jeffrey’s second in command, indrlible try to piece together who the shooter is and h An officer is shot point-blank in the Grant County police station and police chief Jeffrey Tolliver is wounded, setting off a terrifying hostage situation with medical examiner Sara Linton at the center. Working outside the station, Lena Adams, newly reinstated to the force, and Frank Wallace, Jeffrey’s second in command, must try to piece together who the shooter is and how to rescue their friends before Jeffrey dies.
For the sins of the past have caught up with Sara and Jeffrey — with a vengeance Paperbackpages.
Published September 27th by Harper first published Heartsdale, Georgia United States. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about Indelibleplease sign up. Lists with This Book. Her stories are dark and brutal. The mystery is twisted and not always what it seems. There are lots of characters you love to hate.
Throughout the story you never know who is innocent and who is guilty – and it is changing all the time. Indflible word of warning on her brutality.
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The male characters tend to be angry, deviant, abusive jerks – and some of that even describes the ones who are supposed to be good. If inedlible of this bothers you, proceed with caution. But, if iarin enjoy dark, twisted tales and like to be shocked, give this and other Slaughter stories a try.
View all 7 comments. Sorry I missed this back in June – I was on the road and was missing notifications. Just looking Andrea wrote: Just looking through some old reviews and noticed this. Your comments are always very appreciated! Andrea I don’t seem to get notifications either Matthew just sometimes and seem to miss a lot of comments responses.
Dec slaughtrr, Sticklers for order who ask “where do I start” reading the Grant County series slaaughter two choices. You can go with Blindsighted, which is technically the first book, or you can start with Indelible, which is the “origin story” for Sara and Jeffrey.
I always write my books so that anyone can pick up any book and know what’s going on and who is who, but I am the type who has to read in order, so I know this is an important question.
What I like about this book is you get to see where Jeffrey grew up. I think that knowing his people gives you insight into who he slaugjter as a man. It also shows us a Sara that we’ve never met before–that naive and trusting soul who thought that she was going to be the One who changed Jeffrey.
What folks who have read the previous books know is that nobody can change a person. That person slaaughter to change himself. This is also the first book where I wrote openly about sex between Jeffrey and Sara. I had just read Fingersmith and enjoyed the sex in that, so I thought why not. People seemed to like it. But, I look at sex the same way I look at violence: That’s been my rule from the beginning, and I make sure even today that the sexual contact between characters says something about who they are and what their relationship is like.
If any of you watch the Americans–that scene between Phillip and Elizabeth where Paige catches them in the act: And what a relief to see that they’re really together this time. At least for now. View all 4 comments. Sara Linton visits Jeffrey at the police station and becomes inelible in a deadly shootout and hostage situation. The story alternates between this tense showdown and that of Sara and Jeffrey’s early relationship. I thought the alternating stories were invelible brilliantly.
At first, I was impatient, wanting to get on with what was happening at the station. But soon I was just as hooked by the revelations of Jeffrey’s past. It wasn’t immediately clear how the two would relate but I infelible that it Sara Linton visits Jeffrey at the police indelble and becomes embroiled in a deadly shootout and hostage situation.
It wasn’t immediately clear how the two would relate but I trusted that it would ultimately make sense. I have a much better sense of Jeffrey but he’s still an enigma and I continue to be conflicted about him. There’s also indwlible closing scene involving Lena that was just confounding.
The narrator just heightened everything, nailing each character. This may be the best story of the series to date. I am a stickle Author’s note. I am a stickler for reading a series in order But TBH the first two books were fairly mundane for me. The third book was better and THIS one was fabulous. I couldn’t put it down. Different calibre of writing altogether from this author. Bringing her here had been like swallowing a live grenade. This book is written in the past and the present.
We get to see Jeffrey and Sara visit his hometown some years prior to the current events. Now, I tells ya, I grew up in a small village in the West of Ireland.
Left there over 25 years ago but “small town life”, definitely not for me. I was back there last weekend for a visit and it is like stepping into the past. Everybody knows your name! I haven’t been a huge fan of Jeffrey or Sara or Lena Honestly, the sex in the book wasn’t very explicit. Certainly compared to some of the stuff I read. Won’t give too much away. Think I bombarded you with my updates. Skip the first three books if you want. In high school, wearing a boy’s letterman jacket was right up there with wearing his class ring.
Don’t get the whole “class ring” thing, then again, I’m Irish, what the hell would I know. It was great to see where Jeffrey came from Roll on the next book View all 34 comments.
This is my absolute favourite of this series. I have read Indelible several times, and now listened on audio. Slxughter brilliant, exciting, tense plot whichever way you choose to ‘read’ it. Leave it to me to select the audio without realizing it was part of a series. In my defense, it didn’t indicate that but luckily, the author slaughher states that those new to the Grant County series can start here at gulp book four or at the logical beginning with book one.
This reminded me on some level of my days when I indeligle anything Patricia Cornwell. It was entertaining enough but I didn’t slauyhter it. There is a good chance that is because I didn’t begin at the beginning, but it is just as lik Leave it to me to select the audio without realizing it was part of a series. There is ondelible good chance that is because I didn’t begin at the beginning, but it is just as likely that this genre doesn’t seem to interest me like it once did.
Also, I thought the narrator sounded like she was from Louisiana at times, but I’m from Massachusetts so what do I know?! View all 5 comments. Indelible is the fourth installment in Karin Slaughter ‘s crime thriller series titled Grant County. While this series has focused on developing the female leads up to this point, Indelible adds extra emphasis on the male characters as well as the dynamics of a small town’s law enforcement team.
In my opinion, Indelible isn’t as dark and gritty as the other Grant County books have been which allows it to be a much appreciated reprieve for some, but makes it my least favorite installment to date Indelible is the fourth installment in Karin Slaughter ‘s crime thriller slzughter titled Grant County.