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Little Girl Lost: A Lucy Black Thriller par [McGilloway, Brian]
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This New York Times bestseller is perfect for fans of Tana French and Dennis Lehane.

Midwinter. A child is found wandering through the snowy woods, her hands covered in someone else's blood. And she cannot—or will not—speak, not even to share her name.

Who is this little girl lost? The only adult she seems to trust is the young officer who found her, Detective Lucy Black. Before long, Lucy manages to connect her case to that of a missing teenager, the kidnapped daughter of a local real estate tycoon. As the investigation twists and turns, Lucy is forced to question not only a range of dangerous suspects, but also everything she thought she knew about her own past.

Biographie de l'auteur

Brian McGilloway is the New York Times bestselling author of the critically acclaimed Inspector Benedict Devlin and DS Lucy Black series. He lives near the Irish borderlands with his wife, daughter, and three sons.


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  • Nombre de pages de l'édition imprimée : 329 pages
  • Pagination - ISBN de l'édition imprimée de référence : 0062336592
  • Editeur : Witness Impulse (18 février 2014)
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111 internautes sur 112 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Totally Lost! 20 février 2014
Par PattyLouise - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle
Little Girl Lost
By
Brian McGilloway

My " in a nutshell" summary...

One girl is lost...another is found...and detective Lucy is smack dab in the middle of this huge mystery.

My thoughts after reading this book...

The book begins with the disappearance of Kate...a 16 year old who disappeared while out with friends. Lucy is new to this task force...she has returned to her home town...Derry...to work and take care of her father. Unfortunately...her father is ailing...he is in the early stages of Alzheimer's disease and is increasingly difficult to care for. Lucy is also involved with another little girl who has been found...freezing...lost in the woods...and covered in blood. This little girl...Alice...also has hairs and fibers on her that are known to be Kate's. From this point on this book gets intense and complicated. Lucy's relationship with Alice grows...Alice remains in the hospital...sort of mute and lifeless...holding onto secrets that she should not ever know.

There are enough twists and turns and connections in this book to keep pages turning. I never knew whom I should trust in this book...there are drugs, homemade bombs and enough drama to sort of make me question who actually had Kate and why they took her. I wish I could tell you more but this is one of those mysteries where you get a little piece of what is happening...in the beginning...and as you get more and more pieces...it's not really any clearer...just more mysterious until those final ending pages.

I can tell you that it was an engaging story and a really good mystery. My time was well spent with this book.

My appreciation to the publisher, Edelweiss and Amazon for allowing me to read this book.
62 internautes sur 63 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
5.0 étoiles sur 5 A very good thriller, but not a fast paced one 16 septembre 2011
Par Renata F. Barcelos - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
I liked this book very much.

The mystery was good, well written. The well-drawn characters make you keep wanting to read, to find out what is going to happen next.

The book is not fast paced, though, despite some very good chasing scenes. It is not a problem for me, since I like this kind of thrillers as well, but if you don't, maybe this is not the book for you.

Lucy is a great character, a very enjoyable human being, with a sad story and an incredible way to connect to children. I would love to read more about her.

At the end of the book, there are some pictures of the landscape of Derry in the kindle edition. Were they at the beginning, I'd have had some help to visualize the places where the action happened... But I guess it would spoil the readers...
1 internautes sur 1 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
4.0 étoiles sur 5 Very good read! 16 juillet 2017
Par Amanda *Rabid Readers Book Blog* - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
This is the first book I have ready by this author and it took me a little while to get use to the writing style as some of the words were different from what I'm use to but once I did, I wasn't disappointed.

This book is not the usual kind of book I have been reading lately. While I have always liked Crime/Mystery novels, for a while now I've been sort of on a paranormal/romance kick, so it did take me a while to get back into it.

There is a lot more description in this book than I'm use to and that did make it seem SLIGHTLY slower in some places, but all in all I did find it a very enjoyable book.

I did find some times where I was slightly confused how one scene fit in with the story, but I will say that everything came together quite nicely at the end and now it makes so much more sense.

I will say that the ending is NOT what you expect. It's one of those HOLY CRAP moments that you just didn't see coming. Usually, I'm really good with figuring stuff like this out, but I did not see this. At all. It was definitely a surprise. Which also made the ending really good.
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2.0 étoiles sur 5 Another Mystery That Was Lacking 10 septembre 2015
Par Protozoan - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
I think I picked up this book because I picked it from Amazon Kindle first months ago and finally had a chance to read it.

This story has a lot of potential but there were lots of aspects I didn't enjoy about it.

I thought this whole story was slow moving. For being a mystery/suspense, it lacked a good pace in the story. I found myself getting frustrated between the events that did happen.

I didn't enjoy Lucy as much as I should have for being the main character. She was lacking personality. There were very few times that she showed emotions throughout the story. The most emotion she showed was when a child was murdered. During the other life altering events, such as witnessing a few men dying, seeing children suffering, dealing with a parent with dementia, dealing with men speaking down to her, trying to find a missing girl and much more; she thinks about the situation for a paragraph and that's it. I think if the writer showed more depth in emotion to these traumatic events, Lucy would have been more likable because she would have been relatable. While reading this story, I kept wondering what was wrong with her because she lacked feelings. Some event would happen and Lucy would just move on to the next assignment or person. Lucy also lacked some common sense. There were events and actions that she took that weren't realistic. Such as, being harassed and attacked by a group of teens throwing rocks at her and her partner and all she did was run and drive away. Wouldn't police officers take action?

I thought is was odd that every male she encountered had to look at her with interest more than casually. It was always in sexual nature. I didn't understand the significance of this because it literally happened with every male in the book and she would just look past it. What was the point? Was it to show that she lacked self respect because she didn't say anything? Or maybe lack of an opinion or emotion? Was it to show the readers that the police force she was working with saw women as nothing more than objects? With all of this going on, I didn't even know what Lucy looked like. There was no physical description of her in the whole book. This was lacking in all of the characters physical traits. Some were described, some weren't. It was difficult reading and picturing Lucy in my mind.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Wonderful! 7 juillet 2016
Par Leapyear - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
I have just bought every book McGilloway has ever written. I read "Little Girl Lost", I believe the first official "Lucy" book, but it looks like she features in an earlier one. Regardless, with ONE disappointment in THIS book, she is usually an honest-to-a-fault copper, and maybe McGilloway wanted to give her a... fault, or just give us the realisation that there are moments when the unvarnished truth is just TOO MUCH TO FIGHT FOR when the result is lunch with someone decent and cute and NOT an obligation. I am a tad disappointed in her, but it didn't make the book any less compelling or involving. The wrap- up was a bit "oh, lets let the old girl smile for SOME out of the blue reason in her heretofore nonexistent personal life, though the transition was a BIT "Huh?" In it's suddenness, a bit too quick a moment - like "I'm done here, but I need a last page...", but during a time when so many crime novels don't end so much as stop, it was at least an attempt at not leaving US at the bottom of the quarry (spoilerish comment, but you won't know why), so most is forgiven - and it still led me enthusiastically to the writer's page and the happy purchase of everything else this gifted writer has laid out for us, so no harm done. I HIGHLY recommend this book, Lucy, and I'm sure the whole kaboodle that follows, so that is where I will leave YOU.
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