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Publisher's Summary

Essence best-selling author Keith Lee Johnson’s fifth installment in his ongoing Little Black Girl Lost series picks up where the fourth book left off by continuing the diary of Josephine Baptiste. As more details about Josephine’s past come to light, the African heritage of modern-day Johnnie Wise is further explained.

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©2009 Kieth Lee Johnson (P)2010 Recorded Books, LLC

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Wow!

Amazing Series Keith Lee Johnson is amazing very well . The Little Black Giril lost. Series are excellent.

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Good read!

I'm really impressed with this author's writings so far. His play on words, matching to the period of time is remarkable.

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IT DELIVERED

This book was just as good as the others and you didn't need to have read books 1-4 to pick it up and follow it. The Author is brilliant! I would hope he keeps this series going. Fantastic!

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Lauren Bapiste is back!

It was great to see what happens to Lauren after the reunion between her and Amir. I dont want to give away too much of the story, but it was worth the wait. I guess I must wait another year to see how the story reconnects with Johnnie Wise. Great job KLJ!

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