Title:- Little Lost Souls
Author:- Stacy Green
Date published:- will be published on 30th January 2023
No. of pages:- 335 pages
Overall rating:- 4/5
To save the lost children of the city, she must put herself into terrible danger…
On the streets of Philadelphia, as the snow falls and black ice settles in dark back alleys, lost and vulnerable teenagers are being snatched off the streets. When one of them is found alive, Private Investigator Lucy Kendall knows she will never forget the sight of the boy’s brown eyes, forever dulled. She vows to find the monster behind the suffering.
Desperate to save the lost children of the city, Lucy goes into the dark places where the police cannot. But when a key witness is found dead, and a strand of Lucy’s long red hair is located near her body, Lucy suddenly finds herself under suspicion and on the run.
The chief of police knows all about Lucy’s own dark past and is convinced she’s guilty. Hiding in the shadows, unable to trust anyone, Lucy continues her search for the real killer. At last, in a dangerous suburb of the city, she befriends vulnerable fifteen-year-old Riley, who claims to know who the murderer is.
But when Riley disappears, Lucy must race to find the twisted soul responsible for snuffing out the lives of these little lost souls before another innocent girl is taken. Lucy is determined to get justice even if it costs her freedom… or her life
A gripping, page-turning thriller full of mystery and suspense. Perfect for fans of Rachel Caine, Lisa Reganand Robert Dugoni.
Previously published as See Them Run
This is the second book of the Lucy Kendal series.
Teenagers are being snatched from the streets and when Lucy saved one teenager, she vowed to bring the ring down. But when one of the main witnesses was murdered and Lucy is the main suspect she must try to save herself by finding the person who actually killed the witness.
This was a fast paced unputdownable thriller and I felt like I was watching an interesting thriller movie while reading this. The author manage to grip the reader to the story making the reader feel like they are also part of the story.overall I enjoyed it and worth four stars.
Many thanks to Netgalley and Bookouture for ARC the review is based on my honest opinion only