The Last Widow

Karin Slaughter (Author) Kathleen Early (Read by)
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Description

New York Times bestselling author Karin Slaughter brings back Will Trent and Sara Linton in this superb and timely thriller full of devious twists, disturbing secrets, and shocking surprises you won't see coming.

A mysterious kidnapping

On a hot summer night, a scientist from the Centers for Disease Control is grabbed by unknown assailants in a shopping center parking lot. Vanished into thin air, the authorities are desperate to save the doctor.

A devastating explosion

One month later, the serenity of a sunny Sunday afternoon is shattered by the boom of a ground-shaking blast--followed by another seconds later. One of Atlanta's busiest and most important neighborhoods --the location of Emory University, two major hospitals, the FBI headquarters, and the CDC--has been bombed.

A diabolical enemy

Medical examiner Sara Linton and her partner Will Trent, an investigator with the Georgia Bureau of Investigation, rush to the scene--and into the heart of a deadly conspiracy that threatens to destroy thousands of innocent lives. When the assailants abduct Sara, Will goes undercover to save her and prevent a massacre--putting his own life on the line for the woman and the country he loves.

Product Details

Price
$29.95
Publisher
Blackstone Publishing
Publish Date
August 20, 2019
Dimensions
5.3 X 0.5 X 6.7 inches | 0.25 pounds
Language
English
Type
MP3 CD
EAN/UPC
9781504780117

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About the Author

Karin Slaughter is acclaimed storyteller published in thirteen languages, with more than 35 million copies sold across the globe. Her eighteen novels include the Grant County and Will Trent books, as well as the Edgar Award-nominated Cop Town and the instant New York Times bestselling novels Pretty Girls and The Good Daughter. A native of Georgia, Karin currently lives in Atlanta. Visit her online at KarinSlaughter.com.

Kathleen Early, a five-time winner of the Earphones Award for audiobook narration, is also a television, film, and stage actress. She studied at the University of Oklahoma, the Oxford School of Drama, and the Actors Theatre of Louisville before moving to New York City, where she understudied on Broadway and toured nationally. Her television credits include recurring roles on Miami Medical and Grey's Anatomy.

Reviews

"A summer thriller you won't be able to put down."

-- "Bustle"

"From the #1 internationally bestselling author, who counts the crime world's greatest luminaries among her readers, comes a new thriller featuring a kidnapped scientist, a desperate search, and a deadly epidemic."

-- "Crime Reads"

"Vivid characters and rapidly escalating stakes complement the riveting, adrenaline-fueled plot. Along the way, Slaughter examines such topics as misogyny, white nationalism, and the politicization of law enforcement. Thriller fans will devour this visceral, gratifying entry."

-- "Publishers Weekly"

"All the emotional intensity Slaughter's readers expect, now focused on a diabolical domestic terrorist. Don't say you weren't warned."

-- "Kirkus Reviews"

"With familiar characters, further developed here, and a plot as timely as it is riveting, Slaughter's latest will enthrall her ever-growing legion of fans...Slaughter's thrillers have become near-automatic bestsellers, and this is one of her best."

-- "Booklist (starred review)"

"Another strong novel by Slaughter, with complex characters to root for and an antagonist you hope gets what he deserves. With a well-written, intriguing plot and an edge-of-the-seat ending, this is sure to keep readers up late into the night."

-- "Library Journal"

[A] superb and timely thriller full of devious twists, disturbing secrets and shocking surprises you won't see coming."

-- "BookPage"

"There's never a dull moment in Georgia with Karin Slaughter on the literary rampage...This time it's an all-too-timely far-right white supremacist militia destined for comeuppance."

-- "Washington Post"