Pieces of Her
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About the Author
Karin Slaughter is one of the world's most popular and acclaimed storytellers. Published in 120 countries with more than 40 million copies sold across the globe, her twenty-one novels include the Grant County and Will Trent books, as well as the Edgar-nominated Cop Town and the instant New York Times bestselling stand-alone novels Pretty Girls, The Good Daughter, and Pieces of Her. Slaughter is the founder of the Save the Libraries project--a nonprofit organization established to support libraries and library programming. A native of Georgia, she lives in Atlanta. Her standalone novel Pieces of Her is in production with Netflix, starring Toni Collette, and the Grant County and Will Trent series are in development for television.
"Karin Slaughter has - by far - the best name of all of us mystery novelists. More to the point, The Good Daughter is Karin Slaughter's most ambitious, most emotional, and best novel. So far, anyway."--James Patterson on The Good Daughter
"This is a great writer at the peak of her powers. Karin Slaughter is at her nail biting, heart stopping, emotionally draining best."--Peter James on The Good Daughter
"A stunning family tragedy and a hold-your-breath pedal-to-the-metal thriller magically blended by Karin Slaughter's trademark passion, intensity, and humanity. Certain to be a book of the year."--Lee Child on Pretty Girls
"Searing, searching, soulful: a major achievement from a writer of extraordinary talents. Every Karin Slaughter novel is a cause for celebration--but simply put, Pretty Girls is the finest novel of her career."--Kathy Reichs, #1 New York Times-bestselling author of Speaking in Bones, on Pretty Girls
"A hell-raising thriller . . . a genuinely exciting narrative driven by strong-willed female characters who can't wait around until the boys shake the lead out of their shoes."--New York Times Book Review on Pretty Girls
"But the success of writers like Gillian Flynn and Paula Hawkins and Karin Slaughter isn't just due to the fact that they're women... It's about writers comprehending why women are so compelled by stories about brutal, graphic violence in the first place."--The Atlantic
"It's a top-notch story that will keep the reader engrossed from start to finish. Karin Slaughter is a fabulous writer and one thing I love with her books is she has a way of creating characters that you care about."--Freshfiction.com
"A propulsive, high-stakes thriller rife with intrigue and suspense."--USA Today on Pieces of Her
"The ever-popular crime novelist is back with another pulse-pounding standalone, this one considering the twisted relationship between a mother and a daughter after the latter realizes she may not know the woman who gave birth to her at all."--Entertainment Weekly on Pieces of Her, "20 New Books to Read in August"
"It's a compelling story that swept me along, unable to resist and unable to stop reading."--Suspense Magazine on Pieces of Her
"If you're into mystery thrillers, then you're into Karin Slaughter."--theSkimm
"Enter the world of Karin Slaughter. Just be forewarned, there's no going back."--Lisa Gardner
"Breathtaking.... Fiction doesn't get any better than this."--Jeffery Deaver, New York Times-bestselling author of Solitude Creek and The Skin Collector
"All of Slaughter's books... are satisfyingly surprising and plausible, but it's Slaughter's prodigious gifts of characterization that make her stand out among thriller writers.... Slaughter's satirical touches are as deft as her grimmer renditions of real life."--Washington Post
"[Slaughter's] talent for writing convincingly flawed yet sympathetic characters is in high relief here... Readers will find themselves totally immersed in the suspenseful, alternating story lines and won't want either of them to end."
--Booklist (starred review) on Pieces of Her
"With an intrigue and suspense-filled plot, Slaughter's well-crafted, tense, and exhilarating story will keep readers on the edge of their seats."--Library Journal on Pieces of Her