Lost Girls by Angela Marsons ~ Fiction Book Review

26123233This is the third installment of Angela Marsons’ D.I. Kim Stone novels, and it has quickly become my new favorite series – just when I wasn’t looking for a series to be caught up in. In fact, I was actively struggling against an addiction to the series, but Marsons’ books provide such a strong fix that I can’t put them down.

This is a fast paced, gritty novel that pushes the boundaries of nightmare land. I did guess the identity of the nameless bad guy, but I had no idea how the events of the book would progress or what the outcome would be. (Note to self – don’t pick up the next book in this series if you have other things you need to get done.)

Five stars and a break to catch my breath!

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5 Responses to Lost Girls by Angela Marsons ~ Fiction Book Review

  1. My sister and my niece recommended this series to me. Now I guess I’m going to have to jump right on it. Heading to the library today. Thanks!

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  2. K.M. Sutton says:

    Congrats! I nominated you for the Travel Tag! Enjoy and I hope you have fun with it! ❤

    https://ankhoryou.com/2016/09/30/the-travel-tag/

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