Read Lost Girls Online Free - Twenty three years ago, Maudie Sampson’s childhood friend Jessica disappeared on a family holiday in Cornwall. She was never seen again.
In the present day, Maudie is struggling to come to terms with the death of her wealthy father, her increasingly fragile mental health and a marriage that’s under strain. Slowly, she becomes aware that there is someone following her: a blonde woman in a long black coat with an intense gaze. As the woman begins to infiltrate her life, Maudie realises no one else appears to be able to see her.
Is Maudie losing her mind? Is the woman a figment of her imagination or does she actually exist? Have the sins of the past caught up with Maudie’s present... or is there something even more sinister going on?
Lost Girls is the new novel from the author of The House on Fever Street: a dark and convoluted tale which proves that nothing can be taken for granted and no-one is as they seem
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February 14, 2013
Two happy young girls, the best of friends, spend an idyllic holiday in Cornwall with their families. Maudie is 10 when her best friend Jessica disappeared never to be seen again. Now some two decades later Maudie is attending therapy, still haunted by the mysterious circumstances of her missing...
June 03, 2017
I liked the book but it was slow at times
June 10, 2014
Celina Grace's book is an example of why readers should be reading indie authors. Well written, atmospheric and suspenseful, it has everything a psychological mystery should. Maudie Reynolds has just lost her father,the formidable Angus, and the funeral, and a return to her family home have conju...
June 06, 2017
Good story but my gosh Maudie is not a likable character. Matt made sense haha. I wish more had been answered, who was the Jessica, what really happened. Too much went on about Maudie's drinking.
November 10, 2014
I'm rather confused about the book and how it went. It wasn't how I was expecting things but it just seemed to end without explaining things. I felt all confused.
June 02, 2017
This was just an ok book in my opinion. By the end I was confused about the story line and the ending left you hanging
June 26, 2016
The premise behind this book had me excited to read it and find out what happened on "the night of Jessica's disappearance". The addition of nest friends history with mental instability should have added a huge emotional response from me but instead I felt like the author hadn't fully grasped the...
November 15, 2013
When Maudie was ten years old, her best friend Jessica disappeared. Now over twenty years later, Maudie returns to her childhood home to bury her father and she sees Jessica. Or does she? She has a history of psychiatric problems, is she seeing things? Her husband already treats her like a fragil...
February 23, 2013
This wasn't bad but seemed to be a book I had already read before or a film I'd seen. I even figured the plot out pretty early in basing it on others....so that was a little disappointing. There were the odd parts I didn't recognise but sadly not enough to really be a favourite or original read.
July 23, 2013
Good story, didn't see where it was going myself so a good surprise ending. I am noticing lately a huge increase in books with glaring proof reading/editorial errors and this book was very guilty of that. Enjoyable read nevertheless.