Book review: Triptych by Karin Slaughter

TriptychTriptych by Karin Slaughter

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

This was a fast paced thriller starting with the murder of a prostitute in Atlanta. The detective Michael Ormewood is paired up with an agent from the Georgia bureau of Investigation, Will Trent, who is quite an odd character. We find out why as he meets up with old flame Angie Polaski who is also a cop working vice as an undercover prostitute.
Also in the mix is a 20 year old murder of a 15 year old girl and the possibility that a copycat is working in the present as more young girls are found with the same mutilation.
There are some twists and turns to the story, as we learn more about the main characters. There are unexpected twists at the end of parts 1 and 2 that I didn’t see coming so that was good.
I have book 2 in this series so I’d like to see how Will Trent’s character develops as the series goes on.

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