New York Times bestselling author Lisa Jackson delivers her most harrowing novel yet as a young woman's determined hunt for a serial killer draws her into a twisted psychopath's unspeakable crimes. Twenty-seven-year-old Kristi Bentz is lucky to be alive. Not many people her age have nearly died twice at the hand ...more
Story has vampires….not from the Twilight world but from evil in our world, mysterious disappearances, romantic heroes, dark and moody atmosphere of Baton Rouge, serial killers which keeps you in suspense and intrigued until the very end.
Kristi Bentz wants to be a crime writer and against her father’s wishes….the
Detective Bentz from the previous books…enrolls at Lost Souls College after she hears about the mysterious disappearances ...more
Let’s address Kristi firs ...more
There was also a lot of repetition - almost as though trying to make up the word count. How many times were we told that she didn't ...more
Some reviews said Kristi was too stupid to live. I don't know about that, but she was certainly too uninteresting to read. Actually, the only interesting and believable character was Houdini the cat. The serial killer was so annoying. You could make a drinking game for how ...more
Recommendation: Bone-chilling thriller with the touches of romance, lust and twisted minds - a perfect medley to enjoy the read despite the shivers it leaves in the reader's spine.
Lost Souls is the fifth book in the New Orleans series by Lisa Jackson with Detectives Rick Bentz and Reuben Montoya published in April of 2008. This time around Lisa has Rick Bentz's daughter Kristi Bentz in the center of the plot which begins approximately a year and a half after the fourth book Absolut ...more
As a thriller the book serves its purpose. The killer might not be a unique spin on the serial killer archetype, but ...more
I'd say this was more thriller than romance as Kristi Bentz and her old boyfriend - now her professor - search for the reasons why four women went missing from Kristi's small college campus.
The main problem I had with this book is... where exactly does Kristi get off investigating the disappearance of these woman? She's in no way involved, not a member of any police agency (although her father/boyfriend Jay are), not a private eye, not a government agent. Do regular people r ...more
Ugh. Jackson's books will appeal to fans of soap operas, but my Days of Our ...more
Not a bad read, and the writing was good and is following the rest of the series based in the New Orleans area.
2 thumbs up 4 stars out of 5 (I don't like vampires or books about ...more
This book was a crazy ride. It was suspenseful, creepy and packed with action. Somehow I always ended up picking up this book during the night ...more
A class called The Influence of Vampirism in Modern Culture and Literature is offered to the students. There are staged morality plays.
So how is this connected to the missing girls? Is there a club about Vampires? What about the little vials of blood some of the female students w ...more
The mystery was so strange and far-fetched that I fought with my sister trying to determine who did it. When I finally read who did it....I was like.....WOW......who would have known. I loved how the author was able to tie up the end with the ...more
Lisa Jackson is the number-one New York Times bestselling author of more than 85 novels, including Afraid to Die, Tell Me, You Don’t Want to Know, Running Scared, Without Mercy, Malice, and Shiver. She is also the co-author of the Colony Series, co-written with her sister, Nancy Bush. There are over 20 million copies of Lisa Jackson’s books in print in twenty languages.
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