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THE LOST GIRLS is book #2 in the #1 bestselling Suburban Murder series, which begins with THE FORGOTTEN GIRLS, book #1 (a free download)!

The brutally beaten body of a young girl is discovered in a marsh in Jamesport, one of New York’s most elite suburbs. Police comb the area, while many speculate her murder might be connected to the abduction, six months earlier, of three girls from Jamesport. The FBI has evidence of an underage prostitution and trafficking ring which may be related.

At the request of the FBI, Billy Dee, captain of the Ninth Precinct in the Bronx, head of its Sex Crimes Unit, sends two of his most seasoned detectives to Jamesport to conduct their own investigation: Bella de Franco and Jimmy “Mack” Menendez. They are sent north, back into the land of the beautiful. 

Between local politics, fractured families, a heroin epidemic and a dark secret that the wealthy town strives to keep hidden, the unspeakably dark and twisted reality lurking behind Jamesport life is uncovered. As they learn that everything is not what it seems in this wealthy suburb, Bella and Mack must race against the clock to save one last girl before she is sold across state lines, where she will vanish forever. 

Book #3 in the Suburban Murder series will be released soon!

Mysteries & Thrillers
October 6
Alexa Steele
Melissa Bohrer

Customer Reviews

ibbarney ,

A great book of suspense

Another Great book and a great crime novel. You will not be disappointed reading this book. It's hard to put down because it keeps you at the edge of your chair. You will like the characters. Mack makes me think of Anthony on the TV program Blue Bloods.

Ralphnun1 ,

The Lost Girls

Oh my gosh....so terribly scared for the lost girls out there with no one to run to.
Great story.

Spaghetti & Meatballs ,

The Lost Girls (Book #2)

This book explores the horrible, sub human culture of children abducted, drugged and used for prostitution. It is well written, gripping and probably based on more fact than fiction. It really is a great book and makes digesting this type of crime very hard to handle.

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