False Witness Audiobook

False Witness Audiobook
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False Witness Karin Slaughter Audiobook

A typical day… Leigh Collier has worked hard to create what appears to be a normal life. She has a good job as a defense attorney, a daughter who is doing well in school, and even her divorce is relatively civilized – her life is exactly as unremarkable as she had hoped it would be.
But Leigh’s ordinary life conceals a far from ordinary childhood…a childhood tainted by secrets, shattered by betrayal, and finally torn apart by a devastating act of violence…but now the past is catching up…
Then a case involving a wealthy man accused of rape arrives on her desk. It’s the most high-profile case she’s ever been assigned, and if she wins, it could change her life. When she meets the accused, she realizes that his choice of her as his attorney is no accident. She is familiar with him. And he knows who she is. More importantly, he knows what happened 20 years ago and why Leigh has spent the last two decades fleeing…and time is running out.
She’ll lose much more than the case if she can’t get him acquitted. The only person who can assist her is her estranged younger sister Callie, whom Leigh would never ask for help. But now she has no choice…

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Karin Slaughter

Karin Slaughter

Karin slaughter is the bestselling author of nine mystery/thriller novels that have sold nearly 17 million copies worldwide, been translated into 29 languages, and won numerous international awards. Her «Grant County Series» which began in 2001 with «Blindsighted» introduced medical examiner Sara Linton and police chief Jeffery Tolliver. Through Slaughter’s cleverly plotted, graphically violent novels set in a small South Georgia town, they would solve a series of gruesome, sadistic crimes together. Her novel «Beyond Reach» was named one of the «25 Books All Georgians Should Read.» by the Georgia Center for the Book in 2008.

Karin Slaughter was born in Covington on January 6, 1971. She grew up in the Lake Spivey area of Jonesboro and attended Morrow High School. She attended Georgia State University and worked as a designer and salesperson for a sign company before starting her own sign company. She remembers wanting to be a writer since she was a child and wrote her first book at the age of six about a man who worked for her father and had polio. «‘Rolleo with Polio,’ I called it. Before I got spanked for playing with the scissors, I made six copies of that.» She attributes her love of storytelling to her father and a ninth-grade teacher at Morrow Junior High School, Billie Bennett Ward, who she describes as «the first person who told me I was a good writer … She taught me about the craft of writing.» Slaughter wrote but never published a Civil War novel, and several other manuscripts were never completed. She has stated that time in her life was spent honing her craft, adding, «I think you have to write a lot of bad books before you write a publishable book.»

«Blindsighted,» launched her successful writing career, and it was nominated for several major awards, including a Dagger, a Barry, and a Macavity. Her first novel, «Kisscut,» and her second, «Kisscut,» both made The New York Times mass-market fiction bestseller list. Her third novel, «A Faint Cold Fear» won a Romantic Times Reviewers’ Choice Award in 2003. «Indeklible» (2004), «Faithless» (2005), «Triptych» (2006), «Beyond Reach» (2007), «Fractured» (2008), and «Undone» (2009) followed (2009). She also edited «Like a Charm» a collection of interconnected stories by various authors, in 2004.

Slaughter travels to other countries on book tours every year, demonstrating her international popularity. Mystery groups have also recognized her. The Crime Zone in the Netherlands has twice given her the Silver Fingerprint Award for Best Foreign Thriller for her work on «Beyond Reach» and «Fractured.» She was also awarded the Prix de Lecteurs for «Faithless» as well as honors from the Independent Book Publishers Association and the American Association of People with Disabilities. She currently resides in Atlanta.

Slaughter discussed the violence in her novels in a 2004 interview with Don O’Briant of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution: «If you’re going to write about violence against women or violence against children, glossing over it does everyone a disservice. My readers are aware of what they are getting. My book covers do not feature a cat.» And she admits that when it comes to her own reading, she prefers Renaissance literature, such as Emily Bronte and Edmund Spenser, and Flannery O’Connor, a 20th-century Georgia writer.

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False Witness Audiobook Excerpt Transcript

Seven lees hadn’t fallen asleep until two. This morning, then her alarm had gone off at four. She was punched drunk from yesterday’s valium spree and the enormous stress that had caused her to break down and take it. Several cups of coffee had ramped up her jitters and done nothing for her clarity. It was almost noon and her brain felt like a jello mold, packed with buckshot.

Somehow through it all, she had managed to come up with a working Andrew hypothesis. He knew about buddy’s camera behind the bar, because even as a kid he’d been a nosy [, __ ], who sneaked through your things, he knew about the femoral artery, because he’d seen Cali worrying over the anatomical, drawing in the textbook-like lee, her sister leaned toward The obsessive-compulsive she could easily imagine Callie sitting at the kitchen table tracing the artery until her finger rubbed. The blister Andrew would have been sitting beside her because Andrew was always where you didn’t want him to be he’d stored, both facts into his sick, twisted brain, and then somehow years later, he’d put it all together. That was the only explanation that made sense. If Andrew really knew what had happened that night, he would know that the knife hadn’t actually killed his father lee had what she needed to do.

Right now was finding a way to throw Andrew tenant’s case, while cole Bradley was looking over. Her shoulder lee had barely made a dent in the volumes of paperwork attached to the looming trial. Andrew’S files were splayed across her desk overflowing from boxes. Couriered over by Octavia Baca two associates were in the process of compiling an index. Cross-Referencing Octavia’s work with the mountains of horseshit that the prosecutor had provided during discovery.

Liz lee’s assistant had taken over a conference room to spread out everything on the floor, so she could develop a timeline that backed up the footage that Reggie’s pulse had spliced together on his laptop, and still, there was always more work to be done, even though cole Bradley had cleared the decks, so lee could focus on Andrew’s case. That didn’t mean her calendar was completely open. She had to finish filing at seven lee hadn’t fallen asleep until two. This morning, then her alarm had gone off at four. She was punched drunk from yesterday’s valium spree and the enormous stress that had caused her to break down and take it.

Several cups of coffee had ramped up her jitters and done nothing for her clarity. It was almost noon and her brain felt like a jello mold, packed with buckshot. Somehow through it all, she had managed to come up with a working Andrew hypothesis. He knew about buddy’s camera behind the bar, because even as a kid he’d been a nosy [, __ ], who sneaked through your things, he knew about the femoral artery, because he’d seen Cali worrying over the anatomical, drawing in the textbook-like lee, her sister leaned toward The obsessive-compulsive she could easily imagine Callie sitting at the kitchen table tracing the artery until her finger rubbed. The blister Andrew would have been sitting beside her because Andrew was always where you didn’t want him to be he’d stored, both facts into his sick, twisted brain, and then somehow years later, he’d put it all together.

That was the only explanation that made sense. If Andrew really knew what had happened that night, he would know that the knife hadn’t actually killed his father lee had what she needed to do. Right now was finding a way to throw Andrew tennant’s case, while cole Bradley was looking over. Her shoulder lee had barely made a dent in the volumes of paperwork attached to the looming trial. Andrew’S files were splayed across her desk overflowing from boxes.

Couriered over by Octavia Baca two associates were in the process of compiling an index. Cross-Referencing Octavia’s work with the mountains of horseshit that the prosecutor had provided during discovery. Liz lee’s assistant had taken over a conference room to spread out everything on the floor, so she could develop a timeline that backed up the footage that Reggie’s pulse had spliced together on his laptop, and still, there was always more work to be done, even though cole Bradley had cleared the decks, so lee could focus on Andrew’s case. That didn’t mean her calendar was completely open. She had to finish

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