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Remmy Rothstein Toes the Line ✯ Remmy Rothstein Toes the Line Books ✴ Author Karin Slaughter – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk A genre busting new short story from the No 1 bestselling author of the Will Trent novels 'Remmy Rothstein Toes the Line' is also available as part of a bundle with 'Go Deep and 'Necessary Women'As an A genre Toes the PDF/EPUB å busting new short story from the No bestselling author of the Will Trent novels 'Remmy Rothstein Toes the Line' is also available as part of a bundle with 'Go Deep and 'Necessary Women'As an intrepid adjudicator of World Records Mindy Patel has met lots of strange people in lots of strange places But they’re no match for the Swampers of the Georgia bayou Mindy has braved the oppressive August heat in search of Remmy Rothstein who they call 'The Cajun Jew' If the photos are indeed accurate she might be about Remmy Rothstein Epub / to certify Remmy as the World Record Holder for Longest Tongue in the World and maybe even the WidestFirst Mindy meets Remmy’s half brother Buell Rabinowitz surely the world’s only one legged albino Jewish African American Then she makes the acuaintance of Remmy’s mother a foul mouthed old woman with an impressive beard None of which prepares her for an eyeful of Remmy a man who measures up to his singular reputation in ways that will change the course of Mindy’s life.


10 thoughts on “Remmy Rothstein Toes the Line

  1. Siobhan Siobhan says:

    I got my hands on this short story through Three Twisted StoriesThis was really interesting in terms of style but the story it seemed as though she was making an attempt at dark humour and missed out As a whole the only thing I liked with this one was the way in which it was set out as a correspondence The story could have been interesting but there was no real Slaughter vibe behind it at all A part of me thinks it would have been better had it been longer but I’m really not sureAs much as I hate to do it wanted thus the one star


  2. Beth (bibliobeth) Beth (bibliobeth) says:

    This short story is going to be ever so hard to review but I'm going to try my best First of all as you might already know if you're a regular visitor to my blog I'm a big fan of Karin Slaughter I love her writing style her dark humour and the way she's not afraid to go to places other authors might shy away from I couldn't respect her as an author or a woman yet I'm afraid I found myself not really loving Remmy Rothstein It had a lot of interesting stylistic uirks which I really enjoyed but somehow by the end I was left feeling a little unsure I could have gone right back to the start and re read it but unfortunately I wasn't even bothered enough to do thisThe story is told from the point of view of Mindy Patel an adjudicator for the World Records and she is writing back to her boss in the form of emails as she flits about the country witnessing some very odd world record attempts The main crux of the narrative follows her journey to the swamps of the Deep South and an intriguing man called Remmy Rothstein who claims to have either the longest or the widest tongue in the world She of course must verify his claim so she heads off with her trusty measuring tape in tow to see if Remmy can claim a new world record However she doesn't expect to meet a man and his strange family who have uite a different  and lasting effect on her than she could have believed and it's nothing to do with the tongueI hope I've described this little story accurately of course with Karin Slaughter you are going to get a few surprises and twists in the tale and I always enjoy seeing what she's going to surprise me with next Sadly there weren't as many Oh My God moments as I've found with her previous storiesnovels and this is perhaps why I'm a little disappointed with the tale as a whole I'm also wondering if maybe I just didn't get it? I left the story feeling uite confused and racking my brain to try and figure it all out unfortunately this means that it has had an effect on the rating I've chosen to give As always Karin's characteristic humour is evident throughout the story but for some reason I felt she was trying a little too hard with this one and it didn't come off as entirely natural which was a shame Ending on a positive note I did love the structure of this narrative especially with the little footnotes about previous world records told by Mindy that you could read at the end of each chapter I felt it added something a bit unusual to the story in general and a few really did make me smile Again if you've read this short story and have the same opinion or a different opinion as me I'd love to hear from you especially if you can shed light on the ending for me?For my full review and many please visit my blog at


  3. Marc Ely-harris Marc Ely-harris says:

    Very bazaar nothing like Karin's other books


  4. Wynn Wynn says:

    Read in the anthology Mystery Box It was okay It was humorous I think you need to be a true southerner to appreciate the humor


  5. MsJohnson MsJohnson says:

    Book #16 of the Book a Day Christmas reading challenge


  6. Kristy Kristy says:

    This story is really funny


  7. Kieran McAndrew Kieran McAndrew says:

    Mindy Patel intrepid World Record Adjudicator travels deep into the South to investigate a potential candidate for the longest tongue categorySneakily funny the payoff is worth the wait


  8. Ms Sus Ms Sus says:

    It was OK I lost the plot half way through


  9. Wendy Wendy says:

    A fast paced uick listen


  10. Jennifer Jennifer says:

    Remmy Rothstein Toes the Line is a short story written by author Karin Slaughter I read this as part of her short story collection titled Three Twisted Stories but this one in particular brought out some chuckles from me Ms Slaughter writes this dark comedy using only email messages to tell the story I know some readers hate the correspondence style of writing but I tend to consistently love this type of storytelling and it totally worked for this piece The storyline had so many very original but strange factors that I couldn't help but stay incredibly engaged I get annoyed when I have to read accents off the page just a pet peeve of mine so I'm so glad I listened to this one via audiobook the narration for the rural bayou family was fantastic I loved Remmy Rothstein Toes the Line and couldn't help but shake my head and giggle at the end Ms Slaughter I saw some pretty critical reviews concerning your comedy skills but I am a fan for sure Please keep at it


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