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Lost Girls by Andrew Pyper
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Oct 15, 11

Read from October 09 to 14, 2011

Lost Girls by Andrew Pyper, 1999 In a small Northern Ontario town a tragedy, two of the most popular high school girls go missing and eventually presumed dead. Eventually the blame is put on their English teacher which whom the girls had a special relationship with. Thom Tripp a troubled man shadowed by a loss of his own and from which has become mentally unbalanced to the untrained eye of every...one around him. Enter Barth Crane, a lawyer from the big city with some secret habits of his own and a past that is so secret it is one he has kept from even himself. Once this trio comes together a fight between sanity and insanity as well as right and wrong will rage within. As the story unfolds (or tends to not, till the very end) Pyper will keep you pacing, wondering what will happen next to the characters within. Characters with aspirations to infuse hope, pity and doubt inside of you as you follow them down their paths. Along with excellent characters comes extreme detail in the description of the world they will come to live in, it is like poetry. Rating – 3.75 out of 5
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