Book Review: Unseen, Karin Slaughter

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Synopsis


Special Agent Will Trent has something to hide. Something he doesn’t want Dr Sara Linton – the woman he loves – to find out.

He’s gone undercover in Macon, Georgia and put his life at risk. And he knows Sara will never forgive him if she discovers the truth.

But when a young patrolman is shot and left for dead Sara is forced to confront the past and a woman she hoped never to see again. And without even knowing it, she becomes involved in the same case Will is working on.

Soon both of their lives are in danger.

Publisher:  Cornerstone Digital, July 2013

Reviewer: Kate Beeden

‘Unseen’ by Karin Slaughter is a gritty, action packed read.  Part of the Will Trent series, ‘Unseen’ follows the special agent on a journey as he works undercover.  Sara Linton, the woman Will loves, is drawn into the same case and the story embraces how Sara and Will are affected both as a couple and as individuals by their work.  A meaty book that deals with relationships, trust and bereavement, Karin Slaughter writes in a compellingly aggressive manner.
Not for the faint hearted, ‘Unseen’ has a dark, twisting plot.  It is action packed and unsettling, disturbing and violent.  Personally, I found it quite difficult to follow as there are so many characters that are all interlinked.  It is very different to the style of books I normally read, and although not something I would have chosen, ‘Unseen’ is a page turner that will appeal to fans of the crime and action genres. 

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