Faithless is the fifth novel in the Grant County, Georgia series by author Karin Slaughter. It was originally published in hardback in It was a #1 The Times . Praise. “Georgia medical examiner Sara Linton returns in Slaughter’s Grant County crime thriller series, and this time she’s hot on the trail of a demented killer. A chilling discovery in an unmarked grave leads Grant County Medical Examiner Dr. Sara Linton and Detective Lena Adams to an evangelical.

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Buy the Audiobook Download: There were a few different threads woven into the plot iarin I liked that. I’m sure this narrator is probably great, but this was such a big blow to this huge fan of Ms.

Sara and Jeffrey have finally started to click again when a phone call from the woman he was unfaithful with brings their affair back into sharp relief.

Faithless by Karin Slaughter 1 15 Dec 29, For a page mystery, this will engage you from start to finish. Another thing I love, is slxughter the evil doers usually meet a satisfying end.

Faithless (Grant County, book 5) by Karin Slaughter

I tend to enjoy unusual or extreme religious characters; having them a part of this story took my mind down several possible paths as I tried to figure out who committed the crimes and why. Would you like us to take another look at this slakghter She wants Jeffrey to be tested again her cousin has already done a test when they stumble onto an uneven area making them lose their balance.


But I had fun trying to figure things out. I want to know about the gray.


They both loved Sybil and to see them living together and becoming friends I think has been really great. This book also possessed that same thread. Book ratings by Goodreads. On the one hand, Faithless is not my favorite in the series in terms of crimes and police procedure. Faithless, the 5th book in Karin Slaughter’s Grant County Series brings back the small town medical examiner, Dr Sara Linton and ex husband Grant County chief of police, in a complex and gripping tale of murder, religious cults, family abuse, secrets and a remorseless killer that keeps your guessing until the very end.

Which of the family or their farm hands killed Abby? Grant County series 5. The review must be at least 50 characters long. Looking for More Great Reads?

It didn’t slauhhter like the salughter abused ‘shock and awe’ trick I dislike. I still don’t like Lena Adams, I really can’t figure out why I dislike this character as much as I do.

Predictably, Sara is upset. Typical o Jeffrey and Sara are walking through the woods near her home when they stumbled upon a pipe coming up from underneath the ground. A walk in the woods takes a sinister turn for police chief Jeffrey Tolliver and medical examiner Sara Linton when they stumble across the body of a young girl.


However, readers will probably be happy to see that Detective Lena Adams, arguably the most mysterious and engaging character in the series, gets more page time and a bit of resolution in Faithless. I can talk about the setting, which is very urban and gritty-Atlanta, my home town. Thanks for telling us about the problem. I think I’ll just take a bit of a break before I read the last book of the Grant County series, in the hope that I will forget the spoilers!

She’s trying very hard to forgive Jeffrey and move forward. Paperbackpages.

Karin left us with a big foreshadowing at the end of the novel. The best advice I can give anyone who wants to write is that they need to read as much and as often as they can—and not just the genre in which they wish to write.

Kisscut is a good example, because it really plays out in the story. Not with this series. The pipe leads to a victim who had been buried in the ground alive and then killed in a horrific manner, while trapped. I also feel like the rest of the secondary cast played a much smaller role than in any of the previous books.