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Karin Sayings By Karin Fossum: Successful people are not interesting. I feel for the losers. That's where my heart lies. Successful people are not interesting. I feel for the losers. That's where my heart lies. — Karin Fossum
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Karin Sayings By Karin Alvtegen: Perhaps it was the same with freedom as it was with everything else that was Perhaps it was the same with freedom as it was with everything else that was taken for granted. Only with its loss could you gain the ability to really understand its real value. — Karin Alvtegen
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Karin Sayings By Karin Slaughter: She asked, "Was that really your dinner - two hot dogs and a Krispy Kreme She asked, "Was that really your dinner - two hot dogs and a Krispy Kreme doughnut?" "Four doughnuts." "What does your cholesterol look like?" "I guess it's white like what they show in the commercials. — Karin Slaughter
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Karin Sayings By Karin Slaughter: Her hearing had faded out as soon as he'd touched her - maybe it was Her hearing had faded out as soon as he'd touched her - maybe it was the angels playing harps or the exploding fireworks. Maybe her drink was too strong or her heart was too lonely. — Karin Slaughter
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Karin Sayings By Karin Fossum: I use the setting of a small rural Norwegian community - the kind of place I use the setting of a small rural Norwegian community - the kind of place that I know so intimately. I could never write a novel set in a big city, because, frankly, I don't know what it would be like. — Karin Fossum
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Karin Sayings By Karin Slaughter: The reason the middle class had it so good was because they expected things to The reason the middle class had it so good was because they expected things to be better. They wouldn't settle for less than they were worth. They'd just get into their shiny cars and go where they were appreciated. Poor people, on the other hand, were used to just taking what was given to them and being grateful for it. — Karin Slaughter
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Karin Sayings By Karin Slaughter: Will had found out the hard way that it's nearly impossible to go to sleep Will had found out the hard way that it's nearly impossible to go to sleep with a flatulent Chihuahua sharing your pillow. — Karin Slaughter
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Karin Sayings By Karin Slaughter: She took him for granted sometimes. That was the luxury of a long marriage. But She took him for granted sometimes. That was the luxury of a long marriage. But she knew that she loved him. She needed him. He was the anchor that kept her from drifting away. — Karin Slaughter
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Karin Sayings By Karin Slaughter: I could type in a closet and be fine. It's just a matter of cocooning I could type in a closet and be fine. It's just a matter of cocooning myself. Just me and the story. — Karin Slaughter
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Karin Sayings By Karin Fossum: I'm not a good crime writer. I'm not good with plots ... so I have I'm not a good crime writer. I'm not good with plots ... so I have to do something else. — Karin Fossum
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Karin Sayings By Karin Slaughter: I have a lot of men who will say to me, 'I don't read books I have a lot of men who will say to me, 'I don't read books by women, but I like you.' — Karin Slaughter
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Karin Sayings By Karin Slaughter: No amount of flowers or pretty compliments could ever measure up to a man who No amount of flowers or pretty compliments could ever measure up to a man who did housework. — Karin Slaughter
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Karin Sayings By Karin Slaughter: I'm really boring. I get up early. I go to bed early. I don't smoke I'm really boring. I get up early. I go to bed early. I don't smoke or drink. I mean, I'll eat a cupcake. I'm just not a crazy, stay-out-all-night sort of person. I love writing. — Karin Slaughter
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Karin Sayings By Karin Slaughter: Ultimately, I'm in control of what's going on in the books, so I can back Ultimately, I'm in control of what's going on in the books, so I can back off, if it's scaring me too much. — Karin Slaughter
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Karin Sayings By Karin Gillespie: If you're going to walk on thin ice, you might as well dance. If you're going to walk on thin ice, you might as well dance. — Karin Gillespie
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Karin Sayings By Karin Slaughter: I love puns. I've been known to turn the car around just to take advantage I love puns. I've been known to turn the car around just to take advantage of a good pun situation. It really is the highest form of humor. — Karin Slaughter
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Karin Sayings By Karin Dreijer Andersson: I have mostly software synthesizers and software drum machines. I'm very lazy. I don't really I have mostly software synthesizers and software drum machines. I'm very lazy. I don't really like to plug in a lot of equipment and external boxes and everything. — Karin Dreijer Andersson
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Karin Sayings By Karin Huffer: If the blaming action produces a false apology, patronization of the moral code, and false If the blaming action produces a false apology, patronization of the moral code, and false promises with no intention of complying with moral law, it prevents satisfaction in the victim. — Karin Huffer
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Karin Sayings By Karin Boutall: Bloom where planted Bloom where planted — Karin Boutall
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Karin Sayings By Karin Lowachee: Society has made it so I have to get paid in order to do basic Society has made it so I have to get paid in order to do basic things like eat and be indoors and not be naked. Once that's happened, morality's bound to get slippery. — Karin Lowachee
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Karin Sayings By Karin Kaufman: I don't have any big adventures.""But of course you have big adventures," Papa said. You I don't have any big adventures."
"But of course you have big adventures," Papa said. You have adventures of all sorts, all the time."
"Not like Radish in the Book of Tales," Geraldine said, scuffing a toe along the ground. "I could never be like Radish."
"No, you don't have adventures exactly like Radish," Papa said. "But that's because you're not Radish and you must have your own adventures. All creatures must."
"Happy ones?" Geraldine asked.
"In the end, yes. But they won't all seem that way at first. They'll have unexpected twists and turns. You must let them play out to the end, like a story in the Book of Tales. Follow God, speak to him and listen to him, and all tales will be beautiful in their time. — Karin Kaufman
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Karin Sayings By Karin Slaughter: Anybody could be smart. It took a special somebody to be clever. Anybody could be smart. It took a special somebody to be clever. — Karin Slaughter
Karin Sayings By Karin Slaughter: Dee came out of her room and gave Lydia the greatest gift a teenage daughter Dee came out of her room and gave Lydia the greatest gift a teenage daughter can ever give her mother: she had agreed with her. — Karin Slaughter
Karin Sayings By Karin Slaughter: If you wanted to know shit about a woman, all you had to do was If you wanted to know shit about a woman, all you had to do was ask the woman who was pretending to be her friend. — Karin Slaughter
Karin Sayings By Karin Slaughter: Even 'Gone With the Wind' had a shocking, cold-blooded murder. Even 'Gone With the Wind' had a shocking, cold-blooded murder. — Karin Slaughter
Karin Sayings By Karin Slaughter: Forever was never as long as you thought it was. Forever was never as long as you thought it was. — Karin Slaughter
Karin Sayings By Karin Slaughter: He shrugged. "Are you going to answer me?" "You told me to shut up. He shrugged. "Are you going to answer me?" "You told me to shut up. — Karin Slaughter
Karin Sayings By Karin Slaughter: Meg Gardiner is one of my favorite authors. She always delivers a terrific read. Phantom Meg Gardiner is one of my favorite authors. She always delivers a terrific read. Phantom Instinct should go to the top of your 'to-be-read' pile. — Karin Slaughter
Karin Sayings By Karin Slaughter: If you wear them outside, they stop being pyjamas. I wear mine to the mail If you wear them outside, they stop being pyjamas. I wear mine to the mail box, which is right in front of my house - that's my limit. Anything else is wrong. — Karin Slaughter
Karin Sayings By Karin Slaughter: When I was little, my grandmother would take me to church with her, and she When I was little, my grandmother would take me to church with her, and she would introduce me to people. — Karin Slaughter
Karin Sayings By Karin Slaughter: When I was growing up, my stepmother's sister was the chief detective in one of When I was growing up, my stepmother's sister was the chief detective in one of the adjoining towns, so she piqued my interest in crime. — Karin Slaughter
Karin Sayings By Karin Slaughter: the great thing about lying was people believed it so long as the lie was the great thing about lying was people believed it so long as the lie was close enough to the truth. Lena — Karin Slaughter
Karin Sayings By Karin Rahbek: I've learned that I have to stop equating saying yes with being a good person. I've learned that I have to stop equating saying yes with being a good person. I think I am being good when I say yes to everything, but saying yes to something I cannot live up to leads to bitterness and disappointment. — Karin Rahbek
Karin Sayings By Karin Kaufman: She'd passed sentence on God two years ago, and she fed her doubts of Him She'd passed sentence on God two years ago, and she fed her doubts of Him daily, taking care they didn't shrivel and die. — Karin Kaufman
Karin Sayings By Karin Slaughter: Mrs. Scott, do you mind my asking why the alarm wasn't on?" This was from Mrs. Scott, do you mind my asking why the alarm wasn't on?" This was from Mayhew. He had taken out a notebook and pen. His shoulders were hunched, as if someone had asked him to mimic a character from a Raymond Chandler novel. — Karin Slaughter
Karin Sayings By Karin Lowachee: Tobias Buckell combines old world with new in his novel CRYSTAL RAIN. While the rich Tobias Buckell combines old world with new in his novel CRYSTAL RAIN. While the rich cultures, drawn in part from Caribbean history and lore, echo a familiar landscape, he brings it out of the Earth milieu and into a bold new universe where technology and tradition collide. I enjoyed his colorful characters and musical use of language; his voice is fresh and entirely readable. — Karin Lowachee
Karin Sayings By Karin Slaughter: Claire didn't understand the appeal of being drugged. She had thought the purpose was to Claire didn't understand the appeal of being drugged. She had thought the purpose was to make you numb, but if anything, she was feeling everything much too intensely. She couldn't shut down her brain. She felt shaky. Her tongue was too thick for her mouth. Maybe she was doing it wrong. — Karin Slaughter
Karin Sayings By Karin Slaughter: I never felt isolated; I just liked being alone. I think that some people are I never felt isolated; I just liked being alone. I think that some people are good at being alone, and some people aren't, and as a child, I really liked it. — Karin Slaughter
Karin Sayings By Karin Slaughter: Older and she always got to drive. She opened Older and she always got to drive. She opened — Karin Slaughter
Karin Sayings By Karin Slaughter: You are an enigma wrapped in a sticky bun. You are an enigma wrapped in a sticky bun. — Karin Slaughter
Karin Sayings By Karin Slaughter: Why are you smiling?" she asked.I kissed the inside of her wrists and answered what Why are you smiling?" she asked.
I kissed the inside of her wrists and answered what I felt at that moment was the absolute truth. "Because everything is perfect."
This is what I know that I am:
A fool. — Karin Slaughter
Karin Sayings By Karin Slaughter: Time to wake up." Rick muted the TV when a commercial came on. He slipped Time to wake up." Rick muted the TV when a commercial came on. He slipped on his reading glasses and asked, "What is the groundnut better known as?" Lydia carefully rolled onto her back so the cat wouldn't be disturbed. "The peanut. — Karin Slaughter
Karin Sayings By Karin Slaughter: But they soften you in ways you can't imagine. It's so unexpected. They just smooth But they soften you in ways you can't imagine. It's so unexpected. They just smooth out your hard lines. — Karin Slaughter
Karin Sayings By Karin Slaughter: I busted my chin open trying to be Evel Knievel on my bike. When it I busted my chin open trying to be Evel Knievel on my bike. When it happened, you could see straight through to the bone, I thought my dad was going to pass out. It left a scar that I still have now. — Karin Slaughter
Karin Sayings By Karin Slaughter: You didn't realize what was passing you by until you slowed down a little bit You didn't realize what was passing you by until you slowed down a little bit to get a better look. — Karin Slaughter
Karin Sayings By Karin Lowachee: Finish your stories! Read a lot! Finish your stories! Read a lot! — Karin Lowachee
Karin Sayings By Karin Slaughter: Claire hates you now. She believes me. She will never, ever take you back. We Claire hates you now. She believes me. She will never, ever take you back.
We are never ever ever getting back together. Taylor Swift. How many times had Dee played that song after she caught Heath Carmichael cheating — Karin Slaughter
Karin Sayings By Karin Tanabe: was far too young to be bugged, stalked, and murdered. I had never been to was far too young to be bugged, stalked, and murdered. I had never been to Bora Bora or finished In Search of Lost Time or run naked around the Washington Monument or gone skiing with Karl Lagerfeld. I had so much living to do. — Karin Tanabe
Karin Sayings By Karin Slaughter: Carver is a charming man with a soft voice that makes you believe he is Carver is a charming man with a soft voice that makes you believe he is always confiding in you. He is courteous and attentive, which I wonder about, because is this his natural disposition, or has he read too many novels about Hannibal Lecter? — Karin Slaughter
Karin Sayings By Karin Slaughter: Broken:Never underestimate the power of a shared history. Broken:
Never underestimate the power of a shared history. — Karin Slaughter
Karin Sayings By Karin Slaughter: Dyadic completion," Paul would've told Claire. "The human brain tends to assume that, if there's Dyadic completion," Paul would've told Claire. "The human brain tends to assume that, if there's a victim, there has to be a villain. — Karin Slaughter
Karin Sayings By Karin Tansek: The veneer of civilization is exceedingly thin The veneer of civilization is exceedingly thin — Karin Tansek
Karin Sayings By Karin Slaughter: I taped the autopsy photos from Marilyn Monroe's death to my lunch box in fifth I taped the autopsy photos from Marilyn Monroe's death to my lunch box in fifth grade, and I would write stories in which someone inevitably died. — Karin Slaughter
Karin Sayings By Karin Slaughter: The only reason my daughter has not come home is because someone is keeping her." The only reason my daughter has not come home is because someone is keeping her." Keeping her. — Karin Slaughter
Karin Sayings By Karin Slaughter: So far, she had nothing but fear and the nauseating sensation that the hour would So far, she had nothing but fear and the nauseating sensation that the hour would pass and she would be just as helpless as when she'd first left the Fuller house. The same problems that had plagued her before were on an endless loop that took up every conscious thought. Her mother: persistently unavailable. Huckleberry: worthless. Jacob Mayhew: probably working for the congressman. Fred Nolan: ditto, or maybe he had his own agenda. Congressman Johnny Jackson: Paul's secret uncle. Powerful and connected, and duplicitous enough to stand with the Kilpatrick family during press conferences, as if he had no idea what had happened to their precious child. Adam Quinn: possible friend or foe. — Karin Slaughter
Karin Sayings By Karin Slaughter: A man who has grown up in an orphanage cannot take a dog to the A man who has grown up in an orphanage cannot take a dog to the pound.

Even if it is a Chihuahua. — Karin Slaughter
Karin Sayings By Karin Slaughter: Slicing off your retinas and sticking them into Slicing off your retinas and sticking them into — Karin Slaughter
Karin Sayings By Karin Slaughter: I found this." He put the briefcase on the table and opened the locks. She I found this." He put the briefcase on the table and opened the locks. She saw a stack of papers, an evidence bag with a red seal. He pulled a college notebook with a blue plastic cover from one of the pockets. Black fingerprint powder spotted the cover. "I tried to clean it up," he said, wiping the grime on the front of his sweater. "I'm sorry. It was in Allison's car and I..." He flipped through the pages, showing her the scrawled handwriting. "I can't," he said. "I just can't."
She realized that Will hadn't looked at her once since walking into the room. He had such an air of defeat about him, as if every word that came from his mouth caused him pain. — Karin Slaughter
Karin Sayings By Karin Slaughter: Trust me, sweetheart, there is a reason centuries of fathers have fought brutal wars to Trust me, sweetheart, there is a reason centuries of fathers have fought brutal wars to protect the concept of Immaculate Conception. — Karin Slaughter
Karin Sayings By Karin Slaughter: She said, "Where is Lydia?" "I'm calling you from a comsat phone with a scrambler. She said, "Where is Lydia?" "I'm calling you from a comsat phone with a scrambler. Do you know what that is?" "Why the fuck would I know what that is?" "Comsat is an abbreviation for a series of communication satellites," he explained, his voice maddeningly pedantic. "The phone relays calls through geostationary satellites instead of land-based cell towers. The scrambler masks the number and location, which means this call can't be traced, not even by the NSA. — Karin Slaughter
Karin Sayings By Karin Kallmaker: ...It's who you are. You're like a hummingbird, defying reality, a beautiful mystery, spreading your ...It's who you are. You're like a hummingbird, defying reality, a beautiful mystery, spreading your sweetness to all the needy flowers. Well, I'm no pretty garden blossom and I don't need your brand of sugar. — Karin Kallmaker
Karin Sayings By Karin Slaughter: Flannery O'Connor was a revelation for me. When I read her, I was very young, Flannery O'Connor was a revelation for me. When I read her, I was very young, and I didn't understand what she was doing. I didn't see any of the Catholicism or any of the social stuff. — Karin Slaughter
Karin Sayings By Karin Cox: Life has taught me that men fear evil more than they aspire to do good. Life has taught me that men fear evil more than they aspire to do good. — Karin Cox
Karin Sayings By Karin Slaughter: Sweetheart, I know you're an adult, but adults are like vampires. The older ones are Sweetheart, I know you're an adult, but adults are like vampires. The older ones are much more powerful. Claire — Karin Slaughter
Karin Sayings By Karin Slaughter: Clair watched the young man pour Paul's Scotch with a previously unseen professionalism. Her wedding Clair watched the young man pour Paul's Scotch with a previously unseen professionalism. Her wedding ring, her gentle brush-offs, and her outright rejection had been minor obstacles compared to the big no of another man kissing her cheek. — Karin Slaughter
Karin Sayings By Karin Slaughter: The two women switched to their native tongue. Kate tuned them out. She understood only The two women switched to their native tongue. Kate tuned them out. She understood only half of what they were saying. As with most Americans, Dutch sounded to her more like a disease of the throat than an actual language — Karin Slaughter
Karin Sayings By Karin Fossum: If we don't believe in the Devil, we won't be able to recognize him when If we don't believe in the Devil, we won't be able to recognize him when he suddenly shows up. — Karin Fossum
Karin Sayings By Karin Dreijer Andersson: Sometimes I think I should get another job, and do this only for its own Sometimes I think I should get another job, and do this only for its own purpose. It's important to separate creative expression from making money. — Karin Dreijer Andersson
Karin Sayings By Karin Slaughter: Marriage. That's what he called it, though men like Paul do not marry women. They Marriage. That's what he called it, though men like Paul do not marry women. They own them. They control them. They are voracious gluttons who devour every part of a woman, then clean their teeth with the bones. — Karin Slaughter
Karin Sayings By Karin Slaughter: Rage had consumed her. She hadn't wanted to just murder him. She had wanted to Rage had consumed her. She hadn't wanted to just murder him. She had wanted to empty her gun into his chest. And then she wanted to fill the holes with burning oil and dance in his still-warm blood. She had felt dead inside. — Karin Slaughter
Karin Sayings By Karin Dreijer Andersson: I have been able to find out what I really really want to do myself, I have been able to find out what I really really want to do myself, trying out ideas that I haven't been able to do before because you don't have to compromise when you work by yourself. — Karin Dreijer Andersson
Karin Sayings By Karin Slaughter: Talking of the local Sheriff, Jake Valentine, tall and skinny and his wife Myra, She Talking of the local Sheriff, Jake Valentine, tall and skinny and his wife Myra, She was a short woman, maybe five feet tall in her socks, the top of her head not quite reaching Jake's chest. What she lacked in height she made up for in girth. Jeffrey guessed she was at least a hundred pounds overweight. Standing side by side, the Valentines looked like the living embodiment of the number ten. — Karin Slaughter
Karin Sayings By Karin Slaughter: I think that people do things for a reason - that we have mental illness, I think that people do things for a reason - that we have mental illness, that we have genetic wiring that can get triggered by certain environmental factors. — Karin Slaughter
Karin Sayings By Koge-Donbo: I'm as peachy as a peachy peach! I'm as peachy as a peachy peach! — Koge-Donbo
Karin Sayings By Karin Slaughter: Reading is power. Reading is life. Reading is power. Reading is life. — Karin Slaughter
Karin Sayings By Karin Slaughter: Coach Henley gave his whistle two short blasts to get the team moving. The Westerly Coach Henley gave his whistle two short blasts to get the team moving. The Westerly Women ambled over and formed a half circle. The Mothers stamped their feet on the bleachers, trying to build excitement for a game that would unfold with the same painful drama as a mime's funeral. The opposing team hadn't even bothered to warm up. Their shortest player was six feet tall — Karin Slaughter
Karin Sayings By Karin Slaughter: Dr. Monroe and I realized very gradually that drug addiction is a terminal disease. It Dr. Monroe and I realized very gradually that drug addiction is a terminal disease. It is a cancer that eats families alive. — Karin Slaughter
Karin Sayings By Karin Slaughter: Pushing the boundaries of polite society does not just fall under the purview of crime Pushing the boundaries of polite society does not just fall under the purview of crime fiction authors. — Karin Slaughter
Karin Sayings By Karin Slaughter: When you read a book, you are letting another person distract your thoughts and work When you read a book, you are letting another person distract your thoughts and work your emotions. If they are adept, there's nothing better than turning off and getting lost. — Karin Slaughter
Karin Sayings By Alice Munro: You would think that Rosemary would understand that. She should have understood what such a You would think that Rosemary would understand that. She should have understood what such a choice said - that Karin was not to be made happy, amends were not possible, forgiveness was out of the question. — Alice Munro
Karin Sayings By Karin Slaughter: Alafair Burke understands the criminal mind. Long Gone is both an education and an entertainment Alafair Burke understands the criminal mind. Long Gone is both an education and an entertainment of the first order. This is a very clever and very smart novel by a very clever and smart writer. The dialogue crackles, the plot is intriguing, and the pacing is perfect. — Karin Slaughter
Karin Sayings By Karin Slaughter: I'm fine. Will put his hand on Amanda's foot again. He could feel a steady I'm fine. Will put his hand on Amanda's foot again. He could feel a steady pulse near her ankle. He'd worked for this woman most of his career but still knew very little about her. She lived in a condo in the heart of Buckhead. She had been on the job longer than he had been alive, which put her age in the mid-sixties. She kept her salt-and-pepper hair coiffed in the shape of a football helmet and wore pantyhose with starched blue jeans. She had a sharp tongue, more degrees than a college professor, and she knew that his name was Wilbur even though he'd had it legally changed when he entered college and every piece of paper the GBI had on file listed his legal name as William Trent. — Karin Slaughter
Karin Sayings By Karin Slaughter: Tessa reached out and took her hand. "Can I tell you something?""As long as it's Tessa reached out and took her hand. "Can I tell you something?"
"As long as it's not advice on chasing after a married man."
She squeezed Sara's hand. "I'm really in love with my husband."
Sara gave a careful "Okay."
"I know you think Lem is boring and too earnest and too self-righteous, and believe me, he can be all those
things, but a thousand times a day, I hear a song, or I think of something funny, or Daddy says one of his
stupid puns, and the first thing that comes into my head is 'I want to tell Lem about this.' And I know that
halfway around the world, he's thinking the same thing." She paused. "That's what love is, Sara, when there are so many things about you that you only want one person in the world to know. — Karin Slaughter
Karin Sayings By Karin Slaughter: I can clearly trace my passion for reading back to the Jonesboro, Georgia, library, where, I can clearly trace my passion for reading back to the Jonesboro, Georgia, library, where, for the first time in my life, I had access to what seemed like an unlimited supply of books. — Karin Slaughter
Karin Sayings By Karin Dreijer Andersson: I believe that people would be happier sharing things and being much more of a I believe that people would be happier sharing things and being much more of a collective rather than working from these neo-liberal ideas of just looking after yourself. I think people need each other. — Karin Dreijer Andersson
Karin Sayings By Karin Slaughter: She spent the next hour dividing her time between the phone and the computer; scaring She spent the next hour dividing her time between the phone and the computer; scaring the ever-loving shit out of herself while waiting on hold by investiGoogling type 2 diabetes on her laptop. She found one nut who claimed diabetes was a governmental plot to extract billions of dollars from the unsuspecting public in order to wage the war for oil. — Karin Slaughter
Karin Sayings By Karin Slaughter: In her defense, her helicoptering tended to revolve around making sure that Dee could take In her defense, her helicoptering tended to revolve around making sure that Dee could take care of herself. LEARN HOW TO TAKE OUT THE TRASH OR I WILL KILL YOU. LOVE MOM. — Karin Slaughter
Karin Sayings By Karin Slaughter: Having a teenager is like having a really, really shitty roommate. They eat all your Having a teenager is like having a really, really shitty roommate. They eat all your food and steal your clothes and take money out of your purse and borrow your car without asking. — Karin Slaughter
Karin Sayings By Karin Slaughter: Sara studied him. "Is that a Chihuahua behind your back?""No, I'm just happy to see Sara studied him. "Is that a Chihuahua behind your back?"
"No, I'm just happy to see you"
Sara gave him a confused smile, and he reluctantly showed her Betty. — Karin Slaughter
Karin Sayings By Karin Slaughter: Long Gone is the type of book that should come with a warning. It's a Long Gone is the type of book that should come with a warning. It's a compulsively readable, highly addictive story. The ending will leave you breathless. — Karin Slaughter
Karin Sayings By Karin Boye: And is this not the very reason for the establishment of the State? If there And is this not the very reason for the establishment of the State? If there were cause and reason for confidence among individuals, the State would never have come into existence. The sacred and essential foundation for the State is our mutual and well-founded suspicion of each other. Anyone questioning this foundation throws suspicion upon the State. — Karin Boye
Karin Sayings By Karin Evans: Imagine if we all walked around looking at strangers and thinking, You could have been Imagine if we all walked around looking at strangers and thinking, You could have been my son or daughter. Imagine. — Karin Evans
Karin Sayings By Karin Slaughter: Claire jumped right into the story. "There was a Thunderbolt cable Claire jumped right into the story. "There was a Thunderbolt cable — Karin Slaughter
Karin Sayings By Karin Slaughter: She took a deep breath and asked, I'm sorry, Captain. I'm feeling a bit discombobulated. She took a deep breath and asked, I'm sorry, Captain. I'm feeling a bit discombobulated. Can you please start from the beginning and tell me what happened? — Karin Slaughter
Karin Sayings By Karin Slaughter: Claire lunged toward her desk. She opened the drawer. Lydia's file was still hidden inside. Claire lunged toward her desk. She opened the drawer. Lydia's file was still hidden inside. Claire's relief was so pronounced that she wanted to cry. She touched her fingers to her cheek. She was crying. Her tear ducts were on constant standby for anything that would send them over. Instead of giving in to it, Claire shut the drawer. She wiped her eyes. She stood up. She straightened her shirt as she made her way to the kitchen. — Karin Slaughter
Karin Sayings By Karin Slaughter: Well, it's not like the good guys are lining up to date a cop, and Well, it's not like the good guys are lining up to date a cop, and I'm certainly not attracted to the type of useless asshole who'd want to marry a female police officer. — Karin Slaughter
Karin Sayings By Karin Slaughter: He saw the towel in her hands. "I've got this.""Let me help.""I think you've helped He saw the towel in her hands. "I've got this."
"Let me help."
"I think you've helped enough." She thought he was going to leave it at that, but Will told her, "It's been worse today than usual."
"Stress is a contributing factor-when you get tired or if something emotional happens."
He scrubbed hard at the plate in his hands. Sara saw that he hadn't bothered to roll up his sleeves. The cuffs of his sweater were soaked. He said, "I've been trying to dig a new sewer line to my house. That's why my laundry is behind."
Sara had been expecting a non sequitur, but she'd hoped he could hold off for a few moments longer. "My father built this house with money from people who try to do their own plumbing. — Karin Slaughter
Karin Sayings By Karin Rahbek: Real women have children, wise women choose for themselves. Real women have children, wise women choose for themselves. — Karin Rahbek
Karin Sayings By Karin Slaughter: She had felt this intense disembodiment for the last four days, really from the moment She had felt this intense disembodiment for the last four days, really from the moment the Snake Man had told them to turn around. And then the police, the undertaker, asking if she wanted to see the body one last time and Claire blanching at the word body and sobbing like a child because she had spent every single second since they had taken Paul from her arms trying to remove the image of her lifeless, murdered husband from her mind. — Karin Slaughter
Karin Sayings By Karin Slaughter: I think being a woman and writing frankly about violence has gotten me some attention, I think being a woman and writing frankly about violence has gotten me some attention, and as someone who wants people to read my books, I can't complain about that attention, but it does puzzle me that this is something reviewers focus on. — Karin Slaughter