Killing Karl

  • Title: Killing Karl
  • Author: Hilary Lauren
  • ISBN: 9781468918212
  • Page: 408
  • Format: ebook
  • Killing Karl Doris Mathers experiences intimate emotional torment at the hands of a serial killer a man she calls her husband Now her newborn daughter is missing An abusive childhood had taught Doris that the onl
    Doris Mathers experiences intimate, emotional torment at the hands of a serial killer a man she calls her husband Now her newborn daughter is missing An abusive childhood had taught Doris that the only people appointed to protect her never would Only she can stop the Keeper, a deviant with a penchant for cutting off limbs, and she will, no matter the cost.

    • Killing Karl By Hilary Lauren
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      Published :2019-07-25T14:56:01+00:00

    About Hilary Lauren


    1. Hilary Lauren was born in Kittery, Maine, which explains her sense of close affiliation to her favorite author Stephen King After relocating to her parents hometown in grade school, she now lives with her family in Minnesota She put pen to paper at the age of twelve, and hasn t stopped writing since One particular day, her college English class trooped through downtown Minneapolis to a courtyard as part of an assignment That field trip became the unlikely catalyst for the creation of Killing Karl Instructed to select a stranger among those mingling between shops and restaurants, Hilary Lauren chose a man dressed entirely in gray and who seemed nearly invisible An idea hatched, and her novel about a career killer masquerading as an everyday man, and his wife trying desperately to love him is the result This is her first book.It is said that the first book we write is about our own, most personal experiences Why then, write a book on a wife who discovers her husband is a serial killer Read on Write on


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    1. Taut and engrossing, Killing Karl is a very entertaining book about the extremely twisted relationship between a prolific serial killer and his OCD-afflicted wife. Hilary Lauren's characters all have deep, dark secrets they're desperate to hide - some from themselves, some from everyone else. There is no plucky girl detective who solves the mystery through determination and hard work, a la the Kinsey Milhone mysteries, no methodical police procedural, where the story turns on analysis of the mos [...]

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    2. I read this book quite a while ago now, but it still sticks in my mind as one of the best crime thrillers I've probably ever read.It is unusual in the fact that it deals with the emotions which we try to hide from ourselves. What lengths would you go to to protect the ones you love?It's full of twists and turns and throws curveballs at you left right and centre. It will play with your emotions until you don't know you would do.Doris Mathers is a wife, and she's a mother, but she's also hiding ma [...]

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