Unseen: (Will Trent / Atlanta Series 4) (Paperback)
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DescriptionSpecial 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 Macon 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.
- Published: 18 July 2013
- Format: Paperback 400 pages
- ISBN 13: 9781846059988 ISBN 10: 1846059984
- Sales rank: 38,323
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Unseen is the seventh book in the Will Trent series by popular American author, Karin Slaughter. GBI deputy director, Amanda Wagner has her agent, Will Trent working undercover in Macon, but he is reluctant to tell Sara Linton just what he's working on: he knows she'll be furious. It is no coincidence that Lena Adams, the woman many believe caused Chief Jeffrey Tolliver's death, works for Macon PD. The story revolves around a shooting at Lena and Jared's house. Events before the fateful attack are presented from Lena's perspective, which allows the reader to get inside Lena's brain. Events after the shooting come from Will's and Sara's perspectives. Undercover Will demonstrates some unsuspected talents: alter-ego Bill Black is quite something else. Will does, however, have to endure being cut, kicked, punched, tasered, tied up, slapped, scratched, strangled, and bitten. As always, there is plenty of action: murder, kidnapping, paedophiles, sex trafficking, drug theft, child pornography, corrupt cops, cops working off beat, snitches and suicide. The range of weapons includes pistols, shotguns, a knife, taser, hammer, fists and boots. And apart from all that, there's even a bit of humour and heartache. The long awaited confrontation between Lena and Sara finally happens (definitely worth the wait) and Slaughter ties up quite a few loose ends in this book, which will have some readers wondering if this is the last Will Trent/Sara Linton we will see. Each time I pick up another Karin Slaughter book I wonder if she can maintain the high standard she has set for herself: she can and in this book, she certainly does. Unputdownable! by Marianne Vincent