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Like a Charm: A Novel in Voices Paperback – Bargain Price, May 3, 2005
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“A diverting introduction to fifteen of the more interesting crime writers now at work.” (Washington Post )
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New York Times bestselling authors including Karin Slaughter, Lee Child, Peter Robinson, Laura Lippman, John Connolly, and others combine their talents to deliver a searing novel of suspense unlike anything you've ever read.
Ranging from Manhattan to London to Georgia and beyond, this is a gripping story of murder, betrayal, and intrigue—all linked by a charm bracelet that brings misfortune to everyone who handles it. Uniting the cream of US and UK crime writers, this mesmerizing, masterful story makes for compulsive, just-one-more-chapter reading.--This text refers to an alternate Paperback edition.
Top customer reviews
I have read Karin Slaughter for many years and am a huge fan of her Grant County/Atlanta series. It was for this reason I picked up 'Like A Charm.' Her stories 'Rootbound' and 'The Blessing of Brokenness' were great little reads and highlights of the book. Honorable mention to Fidelis Morgan for 'Down and Dirty' as well. The continuing thread of bracelets connecting the stories together was a nice touch. This book wasn't fantastic but lets face it, I'll pick up anything even remotely related to Karin Slaughter.