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Zmiznuté dievčatá

(D.I. Kim Stone #3)

4.40  ·  Rating details ·  11,423 ratings  ·  1,013 reviews
Niekto sa chce asi hrat’, ale vybral si hru krutú, bezcitnú a zvrátenú. Unesie dve devät’ročné kamarátky Charlie a Amy a vzápätí pošle obom rodinám esemesku so svojou požiadavkou. Vyzve ich, aby za deti ponúkli určitú sumu. Kto ponúkne viac, vyhráva. No takýmto spôsobom zároveň vynesie rozsudok smrti nad druhým dievčat’om. Prípadu, ktorý sa nápadne podobá na únos spred rok ...more
Hardcover, 456 pages
Published August 28th 2017 by IKAR (first published November 6th 2015)
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I wish to thank Net Galley, Bookouture Publishing, and Ms. Angela Marsons for an ARC of Lost Girls in exchange for an unbiased review.

Well, I am dumbfounded. She did it. Ms. Marsons continues to raise the bar with each of her brilliant Kim Stone novels. Amazingly, Lost Girls (#3) is better than Evil Games (#2), which is better than her debut thriller Silent Scream (#1). And Silent Scream is a killer book!!! What does that make Lost Girls??? I can tell you one thing: there are not enough stars ou
Feb 14, 2018 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: netgalley

I’ve loved all of the Angela Marsons’ Kim Stone series that I’ve read. Thanks to netgalley, I got hooked on her latter books and never got around to reading all of her earlier ones. I’m now rectifying that mistake.

Kidnapped children are standard fare in mystery novels. But the idea of two children taken, with the families pitted against each other in a bidding war to see which is allowed to return, that’s something new and different. And darker. It would be dark and twisted regardless, but thes
They say that music can raise the soul with passion, but words can dance in your mind, and create a scenic description of another place in time, both believable and lasting. After having read this amazing book, “Lost Girls” by Angela Marsons, the third instalment in the DS Kim Stone series, I am at a loss for words. Her books just keep getting better and better. I can only hope that my review can do this book justice. I will try.

I sensed right from page one that this was going to be another winn
Oct 30, 2015 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: netgalley, favorites
Angela Marsons takes us right into the heart of the places that are pivotal in this story of child abduction - the police investigation room, the parents homes, the kidnappers HQ, and of course, the place where the girls are held. It goes without saying that THIS place in particular is a truly unsettling, terrifying one. The girls knew that whenever they heard footsteps coming down the stairs, that something very unpleasant would occur. The sensation of being there, was so real, that just imagin ...more
Angela Marsons and D.I. Kim Stone, I will follow you anywhere.

And follow I did. I crept behind the tight twist of tension page by page. You know what I'm talking about. When your stomach muscles clench as if someone were poised over you with the tautness of a rubberband. And that rubberband is stretched so near your delicate skin. Just waiting. SNAP!

D.I. Kim Stone and her team are back again in the third book of this popular series. Two nine year old girls have been abducted as they wait to be
Chelsea Humphrey
Dec 04, 2015 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: netgalley
I'd like to thank Netgalley for my digital copy in exchange for a fair and honest review.

WAAAAHHH! I need more DI Kim Stone! These books are top notch and I don't know that my thirst for them will ever be quenched. It seems each book is better than the last and that is a tough job. How do you improve excellence?

Ok, very late to the party as most of my GR friends have read this but they were right! This book was better than excellent. The short summary is that there is a cruel kidnapper(s) who is
Mary Beth *Traveling Sister*
I just love this series!

Two little girls are abducted from a leisure center and both girls are friends. The kidnappers leave a text message that one child will be left alive and the other girl will be dead. In a past kidnapping this ended up to be true. DI Kim Stone is on the case. I really like Kim. I think her detective skills are great. There are lot of twists and turns. The suspense keeps you turning the pages.

It did have me trying to predict the villain. It took me awhile to figure it out.
Sep 05, 2015 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: netgalley
Despite the fact that i'd preordered this book, as soon as I saw it on Netgalley, I knew i'd have to try and get it. Thankfully, I was approved quickly. I downloaded it this morning and finished it in the same day.

I just couldn't wait to see more of DI Kim Stone.

My expectations were high. The book did not let me down.

I don't tend to write long reviews for Marsons' books. Probably because they'd be too embarassingly gushing. I'll write this piece of enthusiam now and return with a full review o
Maxine (Booklover Catlady)
You just can't go wrong by picking up a book by Angela Marsons, after reading and loving the first two books in this great series I knew that this one would not let me down and it most certainly did not. Terrific!

I really like the plot ideas that Angela comes up with, there is always a little twist, a tweak that makes the plot that little bit more special, basically you get reeled in very early and the book keeps it's grip on you until the very last word is read on the page. I always read Angela
Sandy *The world could end while I was reading and I would never notice*
EXCERPT: Emily Billingham tried to scream through the hand that covered her mouth.

The fingers were thin but strong againsther lower jaw. She forced out a sound that bounced back off his flesh and threw back her head to try and prise herself free. The back of her skull met with something hard, a rib.

'Knock it off, you stupid little bitch,' he said, dragging her backwards.

The poundingin her ears almost drowned out his words. She could feel her own heart beating hard against her chest.

The fabri
Melissa (Mel’s Bookshelf)
Fast paced is right! The latest in the D.I. Kim Stone series starts off with a bang and doesn't let up! From the first gripping page you are hooked! Lost Girls is a fantastic read!

Kim Stone is back again after two young girls are kidnapped. One of the mothers asks for Kim directly to get her daughter back. But why did she ask for Kim? What history do they have? And is Kim going to be able to find both the girls when she discovers that the kidnappers have previously taken two young girls, and onl

Angela Marsons is an author that I followed from day one. Her first book, her debut novel was just so well written, so professional, just like any Best Seller book I have read that had been published over the years that I had to come back, I read her secound book. And now, I have read this one.

Kate Stone
She is the DI, the main character in this series. Although they can be read as stand alone reads, I would urge you to read from the first one as you get a better insight to Kate Stone and the r
'Game on.'

Kim Stone, Detective Inspector. Coffee fiend, Ninja rider. She has a dog she loves, but shies away from human companionship. Kim barks orders, and gets all growly if questioned on her decisions. Not a warm and fuzzy personality, but she shines at what she does and she is relentless.

Two 9 year old girls are snatched. The abductors intend to play the girls' families against each other; only one little girl is to be returned, the other will be killed. The way in which it is set up is chi
 Li'l Owl ~ Incorrigible Reader
Gripping and terrifying! Complete with a shocking conclusion! The third installment in the D.I. Kim Stone series is the best one yet!!

When nine year old Amy and Charlie go missing, a text message sent to both of the girl's mother verifies everyone's worst fears.
The girls have been kidnapped.

"There is no need to rush. Charlotte will not be home today. This is not a hoax. I have your daughter."

" Amy will not be home today. This is not a hoax. I have your daughter."

When the second text arrives t
5 +++++ Explosive Stars

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How much do you love your daughter? Measure it in pounds. Healthy competition brings out the best in people. The couple that offers the highest amount will see their daughter again. The losing couple will not. These are the rules and they will not change. I will be in touch. Make no mistake. One child will die.

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Two children are kidnapped. Amy and Charlie are best friends, their parents are best friends.
An old acquaintance of Kim Stone... Karen who just happens to be
Oct 17, 2015 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Angela Marsons stormed onto the UK crime scene this year and gained millions of fans in the process. This is the third in the highly anticipated Kim Stone series. It is a thrill to get my hands on Lost Girls and spend a few more hours in the company of the intriguing Kim Stone.

D.I. Kim Stone is on the case of a pair of missing young girls. Nine year old Charlie and Amy have been kidnapped from their local leisure centre. The team and the families are on tenterhooks waiting for news. Slowly we st
Absolutely heart-stoppingly, heart-poundingly brilliant!!

Detective Inspector Kim Stone was shocked to be told she was heading the latest case – the abduction of two nine year old girls warranted higher than herself she thought; but it was the mother of one of the missing girls; a person from Kim’s long ago (and deeply buried) past who wanted Kim’s grim determination to bring back their girls.

Best friends Charlie and Amy had been taken from the local swim centre; the media and force black out w
Jun 04, 2018 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: 2018
5 stars!!! ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

Lost Girls is the 3rd book in the D.I. Kim Stone series.
When I started this, I had already read book 1, Silent Scream and book 2, Evil Games three weeks ago. So that’s 3 books by Angela Marsons in three weeks!!

I thought to myself, “Ginger, you’re going to burn yourself out on these books and characters. You might want to slow down.”
Guess what friends? It hasn’t happened and I’m seriously thinking about starting book 4 this month if I can!

That’s great writing, characterization and
Aug 20, 2015 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Wow what a horrible and horrendous experience these parents are facing regarding their gorgeous young girls. How must they feel knowing that one child can be saved but not the other, all due to which family can pay the most in ransom. What price do you put on a life?, not just any life but that of your child's? Fantastic book , I found this story absolutely captivating. I already know Angela's books are great but this one moves them up a level. I did not want this to finish as I enjoyed it so mu ...more
Nov 10, 2015 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
The 3rd book in the D.I. Kim Stone series by the excellent Angela Marsons.
I was introduced to this series when they first came out and was amazed at the exceptionally high standard of writing by a new writer. The books are packed full of excitement, twists and turns and show more than a touch of sensitivity and understanding when dealing with some of the dark subjects in the books.

Kim Stone is an excellent strong character, whose flaws and foibles allow the author plenty of opportunities to dev
Oct 30, 2015 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
I so love this author and series! Angela Marsons writes stories that pull you in, take you on a roller coaster ride of emotions and then leaves you with a satisfaction of justice served, but a hunger for the next story.

Lost Girls is about a subject that terrifies all parents, the abduction of their child. This plot is even more twisted because the kidnappers always take two girls and tell the parents that the couple that pays the most will get their daughter back and the other daughter will be k
Aug 20, 2015 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
This is another wonderful Kim Stone book. I love the repartee between Kim and Bryant, and it was a nice counter to the seriousness inside the war room. I liked the addition of Matt Ward, the negotiator, and hope he has a future in this series.

I believe a kidnapping must be one of the most difficult crimes to investigate; there's not much that can be done when there are no witnesses and no forensics at the scene. The police, waiting for contact, are at the mercy of the abductors. I was curious as
Jan 17, 2019 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: 2019
Seems that I’m going to be binge reading this series. They’re entertaining and unpredictable.....and I can’t seem to put them down. So glad I finally discovered these books!
Riveting, Supsensful, Tense!!

If you decide to read this book, and I highly recommend it, you might want to clear your calendar because once you pick it up it is hard to put down. Each book in the series seems to get better. This is the third book in the Detective Kim Stone series. If you haven't read any of the books in this series I recommend starting with Silent Scream as the characters develop in each book.

I would imagine that one of the most frightening things for a parent would be if a chi
Sep 07, 2017 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: crime-fiction
Ready get set go I am at a loss for words as to what I am going to say about Lost Girls by Angela Marsons I will follow this author to the depths of no return DI Kim Stone the third in the series was for me the premise took me to the dark side of multiple parents nightmare whether their children are alive or not!!

We are taken on a journey into a kidnapping that was so frightening that I hoped that this would never happen in real life, The characters of Amy & Charlie were written well & I
Sean Peters
Dec 23, 2015 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Thank you to Net Galley, Bookouture and my friend Angela Marsons for an ARC copy of the 3rd DI Kim Stone book.

Another great book from Angela Marsons, and the best one so far.

Two girls go missing. Only one will return.

The couple that offers the highest amount will see their daughter again. The losing couple will not. Make no mistake. One child will die.

When nine-year-old best friends Charlie and Amy disappear, two families are plunged into a living nightmare. A text message confirms the unthinka
And she did it again!!! Another solid 5 star rating for Angela Marson's DI Kim Stone series, which somehow just keeps getting better and better with each book....

If you haven't read this series yet, you are really missing out on some great writing. There is so much to love here! I think what I like the most about Marson's writing style is that she doesn't take liberties with shock value plot lines and over the top characters. With each book, there is one main plot and 1 or 2 sub plots weaved tog
Oct 15, 2015 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
So here we are, the third outing for Detective Inspector Kim Stone in Lost Girls.

An abduction of young girls, Amy and Charlie, from their local leisure centre in broad daylight is what starts off proceedings. But this can be no 'run of the mill' kidnapping. Oh no, not in Ms Marson's imagination! This is a particularly nasty and cruel abduction that will leave the reader shuddering at the thought of it. We know from the blurb that two families will be played off one another for the return of thei

Wow, what an absolute cracker of a thriller!

Every parents worst nightmare is realised in this tale of two little girls abducted from a leisure centre after swimming training. One of the mothers, an ex acquaintance of DI Kim Stone and insists on her leading the case, even though she feels out of her depth. Kim knows she is working against the clock, especially when she learns a similar case occurred before and only one girl survived. The two families are faced off against each other as they figh
Aug 19, 2015 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: netgalley
I received a free copy of Lost Girls by Angela Marsons from NetGalley and Bookouture in exchange for an unbiased review. This was my first ever NetGalley pick, and now that I’ve finished it, I feel like I won the lottery! Big time!

I am fascinated with the tough, sharp-tongued, determined detective and her loyal team of investigators, so I was very excited to dive into Ms. Marsons’ third DI Kim Stone thriller. This book could be read as a stand-alone, but I don’t recommend it because I believe th
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Angela is the author of the Kim Stone Crime series. She discovered a love of writing at Primary School when a short piece on the rocks and the sea gained her the only merit point she ever got.
Angela wrote the stories that burned inside and then stored them safely in a desk drawer.
After much urging from her partner she began to enter short story competitions in Writer's News resulting in a win and

Other books in the series

D.I. Kim Stone (10 books)
  • Silent Scream (D.I. Kim Stone, #1)
  • Evil Games (D.I. Kim Stone, #2)
  • Play Dead (D.I. Kim Stone, #4)
  • Blood Lines (D.I. Kim Stone, #5)
  • Dead Souls (D.I. Kim Stone, #6)
  • Broken Bones (D.I. Kim Stone, #7)
  • Dying Truth (D.I. Kim Stone, #8)
  • Fatal Promise (D.I. Kim Stone, #9)
  • Dead Memories (D.I. Kim Stone, #10)
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