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TriptychQuando L Agente Michael Ormewood, Del Dipartimento Di Polizia Di Atlanta, Viene Chiamato In Un Quartiere Popolare Di Grady Homes, Si Trova Di Fronte A Uno Degli Omicidi Pi Brutali Cui Abbia Mai Assistito Nel Corso Della Sua Carriera Aleesha Monroe Giace In Un Lago Di Sangue, Il Corpo Orribilmente Mutilato Ora Dopo Ora, Appare Evidente Che L Assassinio Della Donna Non Tuttavia Destinato A Rimanere Isolato Poco Dopo, Il Cadavere Della Vicina Di Casa Di Michael, Cynthia Barrett, Viene Trovato Nel Cortile Posteriore Della Sua Villetta, E Anche Questo Omicidio Sembra Avere Parecchie Somiglianze Con Altridue Crimini Verificatisi Nello Stato Viene Chiamato Ad Affiancare Ormewood Nell Indagine Will Trent, Agente Del Georgia Bureau Of Investigation Eppure, Qualcosa Non Torna Tra I Diversi Casi Ci Sono Delle Incongruenze, Dei Dettagli Che Aprono La Strada A Ipotesi Investigative Diverse Forse Non Si In Presenza Di Un Unico Serial Killer, Forse Il Mistero Celato Dietro La Morte Delle Due Donne Inestricabilmente Legato A Un Passato Che Rifiuta Di Essere SepoltoLa Regina Del Thriller Americano Torna Con Un Romanzo Che Tiene Con Il Fiato Sospeso, Intrecciando Le Fila Di Una Trama Piena Di Colpi Di Scena E Svolte Sorprendenti Che Conducono Il Lettore, Una Pagina Dopo L Altra, Verso Un Finale Sconvolgente.

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  • Hardcover
  • 509 pages
  • Triptych
  • Karin Slaughter
  • Italian
  • 19 November 2017
  • 9788866880004

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  1. says:

    Triptych A three panel painting or photograph Generally a large center panel with a hinged smaller panel on either side The three panels combined may display one larger view, three different views of the same subject ...


  2. says:

    3.5 StarsThe beginning of this book was absolutely brilliant It s hard to explain without ruining it for someone who hasn t read it yet, but the way Slaughter set the tone and your beliefs regarding certain characters and then turned them on their heads was seriously awesome I have never read a book where the author managed that in quite that way This was my first Karin Slaughter book It was excellently written and the story very layered It stalled a little bit for me toward the middle mark thus my rati...


  3. says:

    This was another first for me It was my first crime thriller and my first book by Karin Slaughter Is Triptych a book I would have picked out for myself Probably not but that is the beauty of Goodreads For the last few weeks I have been following by sweet friend Mo s status updates and review s for this series and kept toying with the thought of picking this one up and jumping into the series I worried that it would be too shocking and hideous, a story that wouldn t appeal to me There were moments that were rather shocking and hideous but I quickly found myself unable to turn away from the story, the mystery and the characters I am hooked I will be making my way through this series There is a peculiarity about Will Trent that has me intrigued I need to know about this guy and Triptych is just the beginning.The setting is Atlanta, Georgia When the book starts out we are hit with a gruesome murder of a hooker The writing of the scene was so vivid and shocking The platform had been set A few characters had been introduced and the mystery begins As each character is introduced and their personal stories start to unfold I struggled with keeping my emotions and reaction towards them in check With the investigation of the most recent murder underway, there are certain things that link it to ...


  4. says:

    4 Stars OMG that beginning was AMAZING It literally knocked me off my feet I had to go back and read it all over again I thought I d missed something.Sadly, for such a kickass beginning, the rest of the book was predictable I m aware that keeping the reader in the dark wasn t the author s intention but still I just think the story would have been mu...


  5. says:

    Wow Thanks Goodreads friends for recommending this fine mystery Will Trent is my new favorite Sorry Jackson Brodie A shout out to PiirateSteve who wrote a very nice poem about the 3rd book in the series...


  6. says:

    Wow I only wish I could give this book Triptych 6 stars as in my opinion this is one hell of a story and definitely my type of book This is a no holes barred book that is gritty, gruesome, highly addictive and an absolute page turner that I totally devoured in a couple of days If you are particularly offended by vicious violence or the world of seedy prostitution then this book may not be for you but I thought Karin captured it all perfectly, especially John s time in prison which I was utterly moved by and truly felt his torment I loved the way Karin described the areas in the book, I really felt like I was there with the characters and appreciate that Karin has put a lot into relating this to the reader It s difficult to say much about the story without giving away spoilers but there are some clever twists and turns in a very carefully planned plot that conclu...


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    EDIT Reread as of December 1, 2015Sometimes, if I m in a good mood, I believe in second chances That s why we have rehab because some people need to have another shot I decided to give Triptych another chance because Hridya said that Michael the fucktard who I thought was the lead is not the hero of this book but Will Trent I should have known this obvious fact because Will Trent s name is the also the name for this series Sometimes my stupidity astounds me.Anyway, so there I was, rereading this book and here are my thoughts.The GoodThe gore My goodness the gorey scenes in this book is amazing I love my crime books dirty and gritty and Karin Slaughter gave that to me so kudos to that The character John ShelleyI actually feel sorry for this dude He s the type of character that needs to have a second chance I was horrified with what he experienced inside the prison and I love the way he stood up with himself in the end The character Will TrentBecause The BadMaybe I m not that sold to this book because I found out who s the motherfucking bastard in this story I was already half way in the book when I realized who s chopping the tongues of those teenagers and lemme tell you, that took the thrill out of the book.I also find the out of order flashbacks of John Shelley s life annoying I think the author did that to make it interesting but i...


  8. says:

    Triptych by Karin Slaughter is a 2006 Delacorte Press publication I have read other books by this author, but somehow, I never got around to the Will Trent series With a new installment slated for release this month, I decided to try playing catch up, which shouldn t be too hard with only seven to read after this one So, first up is Triptych, originally published in 2006 This story introduces us to Will Trent, a Georgia Bureau of Investigation specialist, who arrives in Atlanta after a string of murders involving teenage girls, catches his attention The case reunites Will with his best friend during childhood, and former lover, Angie Polanski, a vice cop, with a plethora of intimacy issues, that constantly drives the couple apart As Will and Angie navigate the treacherous waters of race and wealth, amid the troublesome rumors surrounding one of the officers close to case, they unwittingly discover a link from the past involving the murder of another teenager The connection they uncover is explosive, but soon becomes a matter of life and death, when another girl goes missing Well, I certainly understand why this series is so well received The author does an amazing job of developing the characters, building suspense, and adding in uncomfortable...


  9. says:

    If anything ever called for a Space Jam gif it s this review.Ummmm, so yeah I liked this Like, a lot I m not drooling all over myself like I did for Pretty Girls the first Karin Slaughter novel I d ever read, excuse me, I m so sorry but I m definitely feeling like a Serbian who just won a gold medal for water polo at the summer Olympics And I know how this might feel because that s exactly what I m watching while I type this And let me tell you, they are definitely excited men in a pool So that s what I am an excited Serbian in pool Side note how much do you want to bet those skull hats are what s causing so many of them to go bald But I digresssomehow in my long and illustrious mystery thriller reading definitely not a career career I had totally missed out on Will Trent and this series Until now Who knows what took me so long Maybe it was college Maybe it was Netflix Maybe it was some other shiny words bound together Maybe I m just an asshole likely But now that I m here I m going to stick around and make my ass comfortable on this bandwagon Karin Slaughter is turning into one of my favourite authors I find her characters to be so robust, so ...


  10. says:

    Things moved a bit slowly in the first few chapters that I almost lost my interest in them several times Fortunately, after the 20% mark, the pace picked up and around halfway through the story, I found myself drawn into this murder investigation in such a way that I had a hard time putting it down But sadly, there was something I didn t like in the latter part of the book which sort of ruined my enjoyment from the previous chapters.I must admit I had high hopes for this series as I ve heard many good things about it But I m sad to report that Triptych couldn t be considered a total success for me It was, in fact, not that the plot was bad per se, but it s just that I ve already read something way better, creepier, scarier, crueler, chilling, and gripping than this one before.There was nothing new about the plot The mystery aspect was predictable that I saw it coming a mile away I could also easily identify the killer even before I reached the second half And that was a bit too boring for me I don t understand why the title of this series has to be Will Trent I think the proper one should be Angie Polaski series instead since she literally ...

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