This dark suspense series is set in Portsmouth, Hampshire, and features British journalist Maggie Turner.
Seventeen years ago he lost his sisters. Now he wants them back.
Four years ago, two teenage girls were abducted. Four years ago, a ten-year-old boy was murdered. Both cases remain unsolved.
Desperate to find their missing sisters, Michael and Chloe ask investigative journalist Maggie Turner to help them. And what starts as a simple investigation soon turns into a frantic race against time.
The kidnapper took the girls to replace his sisters. Who died seventeen years earlier.
Forced to face traumatic events from the past, Maggie finds herself in the middle of a nightmare that can only get worse…
Tense, fast paced, and gritty, The Lost Girls is the first novel in the Maggie Turner series.
Helen Pryke is a British author who has been living in the north of Italy for almost 30 years, learning everything about Italians, their culture, and their way of life. She now considers herself more Italian than British, even though she has never lost her British accent. Addicted to coffee and chocolate, she has also developed a passion for good food, having married an Italian who is a wonderful cook!
As well as writing suspense novels, Helen also writes emotional women’s fiction set in Italy that deals with the difficult subject of abuse in a sensitive way.
She also writes middle grade fiction under the pen name, Julia E. Clements. You can find her books here: author.to/JuliaEClements
When she’s not writing, she works as a proofreader for indie authors and a translator (from Italian to English). She loves reading, and will read anything and everything.
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Thank you Marje. Definitely sounds read-worthy! Cheers. xx
Indeed it is Joy. xx
Sounds like a good read, Marje 🙂
Absolutely is, Denise. 🙂 x
Sounds riveting Marje. Not something for me to be reading now, but adding to my TBR <3
Helen writes masterfully, Debby, and is a great supporter of the writing community. 🙂
This sounds like an interesting premise and intense read, Marje. I’m glad the author handled the distressing part of the book carefully. Thanks for the wonderful review!
Thank you Diana. Yes a recommended read if you like suspense/psychological thrillers. 🙂