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Second straight-to-digital tale from Slaughter
14.05.12 | Charlotte Williams
Cornerstone has today (14th May) released the second direct to digital title by thriller-writer Karin Slaughter, which also features the first chapter of her new book, Criminal.
The story, Snatched, is priced £1.49, available across all formats. It features FBI special agent Will Trent, forced to make a split-second decision on assignment at Atlanta's airport.
Criminal will be published in e-book and hardback on 5th July. According to the publisher, Slaughter's first digital short, The Unremarkable Heart, has sold 80,000 copies to date.