Blonde Hair, Blue Eyes

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by Karin Slaughter

Epub (Kobo), Epub (Adobe) Publication Date: 04/06/2015

5/5 Rating 1 Reviews

‘One of the boldest thriller writers working today’ TESS GERRITSEN

‘Her characters, plot, and pacing are unrivalled’ MICHAEL CONNELLY


A missing girl in the news reminds Julia Carroll of herself.

She's nineteen and beautiful, with blonde hair and blue eyes. As Julia begins to dig deeper, planning an article for her college paper, she becomes gradually more obsessed with the case.

But she could never imagine how close she is to danger...

Includes an extract from Karin Slaughter’s gripping novel Pretty Girls.

Epub (Kobo), Epub (Adobe)
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Random House
Karin Slaughter

Karin Slaughter is one of the world's most popular and acclaimed storytellers.

Published in 36 languages, with more than 35 million copies sold across the globe, her sixteen novels include the Grant County and Will Trent books, as well as the Edgar-nominated Cop Town and the instant New York Times bestselling novel Pretty Girls.

A native of Georgia, Karin currently lives in Atlanta. Her Will Trent series, Grant County series, and standalone novel Cop Town are all in development for film and television.

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  • Excellent!

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    Blonde Hair, Blue Eyes is a kindle short story by popular American author, Karin Slaughter. It details the events of a fateful spring day in the life of nineteen-year-old Julia Carroll, an attractive (blonde hair, blue eyes) student of journalism at University of Georgia, Athens. Her attention has been caught by the report of a college student, also nineteen, also blonde-haired, blue-eyed, now missing for five weeks: Julia may be a features writer for the UGA campus newspaper, but she wants to write a news story drawing attention to this possible abduction, and others like it.
    This short story allows the reader to get to know a character who is conspicuous by her absence in Slaughter’s latest book, Pretty Girls, and witness some of the family dynamics before tragedy struck. The events of this story dovetail neatly with those related in Pretty Girls, and enhance that reading experience. It can be read as a stand-alone (without spoilers) before or after Pretty Girls, and is the perfect complement to that book. Excellent!