“Three Twisted Stories,” – Karin Slaughter a review by Michael D. Turashoff

Check out this review of the book, Three Twisted Stories by Karin Slaughter as featured in this post from Michael Turashoff’s blog.

Michael D. Turashoff

I just finished reading “Three Twisted Stories” written by one of my favorite authors of all time Karin Slaughter. I actually just learned about Karin Slaughter not that long ago and honestly, I have loved her writing from the very first book I read which was “Undone”, with her main character Will Trent a Georgia Bureau of Investigation (GBI).

Three Twisted Stories
was great, as a matter of fact, I gave the book 5 stars, which if you know me,
I’m very stingy with my stars. I believe an author must earn my praise because
I work hard for my praise when writing so it’s only fair.

This book is a collection of three short stories (if you
didn’t guess that by the name). However, this collection introduced me to three
of Slaughter’s different approaches to her storytelling which was very entertaining
and interesting brought together to…

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