“Lost Girl is a compulsive thrill-ride that reads as if it’s been pulled straight from the headlines. Kammier’s journalism background brings undeniable authenticity to a novel that has it all – a love story, a murder mystery, and a real-life introduction into the distinctive world of television news.” —CAROLINE MITCHELL, NEW YORK TIMES BEST-SELLING AUTHOR
An appalling act of violence and an unsolved double murder.
Small-town investigative reporter, Shelby Day, is determined to hunt a killer.
As her search draws closer to uncovering the twisted truth, she begins receiving ominous warnings to stay quiet and drop the story. The young journalist is in danger. Her cameraman and best friend, a person with his own secret past, says he wants to protect her. But Shelby is headstrong and dodging anything that could lead to love. She can’t allow anyone to distract her as she fights for the two women who deserve justice.
She never expects along the way she’ll have to stop and save herself.
Tick tock… If Shelby doesn’t solve the crime soon, she’ll become the killer’s next victim.
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Loved the plot but hated the character! Her drive to solve the crime was off the charts, but the need to prove to everyone she’s not what she seems was an addition to the story we didn’t need.
Instead of making the worst decision every time, I think the story could have developed into a deeper story than just the surface issues Shelby faces, or thinks she does.
However, having said that, I do think there was more going on that kept me reading, even in spite of the character issues and do think it’s a book you should pick up when you’re looking for your next read.