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By day Frannie teaches her writing students about irony and language in all its nuance eccentricity and unspoken meaning By night she compiles a secret dictionary of street slang and takes chances One night in the basement of a bar she walks in on an intimate moment between a man and a woman The man's face is shadowed in the darkness but she will forever remember the tattoo on the inside of his left wrist the feeling of his eyes on her She will remember long after the first brutal murder rocks her neighborhood long after she is propelled into a sexual liaison that tests the limits of her safety and desires as she begins a terrifying descent into the dark places that reside deep within her Newly repackaged in its first trade paperback edition In the Cut is a masterfully written thriller that will keep readers tense with its mounting sense of terror


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    45 So with the lamps all put out the moon sunk and a thin rain drumming on the roof a downpouring of immense darkness beganTo the Lighthouse Virginia WoolfAfter finishing IN THE CUT I set it down and thought for a momentDid that really happen? I picked it up again and re read the final pagesYes yes it really did I should have knownthere were many clues given I felt like I had been punched in the gut and that feeling lingered over the next couple of days This story will stay with me for a very looooooong timeFrannie Thorstin the novel's narrator is a divorced 35 year old living in New York City She teaches a creative writing course at NYU and is writing a book on dialects and idiomatic language For the most part Frannie prefers her own company to others with one exception Pauline her best friend who she thinks of as familyThe story begins in a bar called The Red Turtle a seedy place that is a favorite spot for both cops and criminals Cornelius Webb Frannie's student is giving her insight into street slang for her book and has asked to meet When Frannie goes in search of the washrooms downstairs she ends up witnessing a sexual act between an unknown red haired woman and a man whose face is concealed in shadow a tattoo of the three of spades on his wristSoon after Detective James Malloy comes a calling and Frannie is both instantly attracted and disturbed by the encounter Malloy informs her of a murder that she may know something about The savage murder of a red haired woman who hung out at The Red Turtle And although Frannie is shaken she keeps quiet about what she saw on the night she was there especially after noticing Malloy's tattooAlthough Frannie knows she shouldn't she starts a sexual relationship with Detective Malloy and plunges into a dark unfamiliar world very different from the one she is used to Come at last to this point I look back on my passion And realize that I Have been like a blind man Who is unafraid of the dark IN THE CUT is beautiful and unsettling ugly and disturbing There is poetry sex cruel and brutal men aplenty and an ending that will haunt your dreams