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The Lost Girl Audiobook

The Lost Girl

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Publisher's Summary

Lizzie, the only daughter of celebrated war photographer Kurtiz Ross, went missing four years ago. Kurtiz and her ex-husband, Oliver, arrive in Paris following an unconfirmed sighting of their daughter.

Oliver rushes to find her while Kurtiz waits, praying for a reunion. As sirens wail, Kurtiz finds comfort in Marguerite Courtenay - a glamorous former actress. As Marguerite distracts Kurtiz with stories of her life in postwar Provence, Kurtiz must confront her own ghosts and face up to home truths.

©2017 Carol Drinkwater (P)2017 W. F. Howes Ltd

What the Critics Say

"This atmospheric read will whisk you straight to the South of France as you become immersed in the tale of secrets and heartbreak." (Marie Claire on The Forgotten Summer)

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    "Carol Drinkwater's Best Yet"

    I have listened to this book in two days, almost nonstop... the Audible equivalent of a "real page turner." I liked that all the threads of the story were neatly tied up at the end, with nothing left hanging. Characters were multidimensional and real, rather than flat and predictable. Some have said that the ending is unlikely, but even though I saw it coming, I liked it. It fulfilled some early losses in the story and left things feeling balanced at the end. I will say that while Ms. Drinkwater is easy to listen to, she does not really attempt to voice the characters as some narrators do. You just have to plan on a reader here, rather than an actor. Very good book overall.

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    A wonderful audiobook. Sad that you have such an unfriendly format for leaving reviews; all I want to do is write a short narrative report with no spoilers, not answer long questions.

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