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Lost Girls (Sherry Moore, Bk 3)
Lost Girls - Sherry Moore, Bk 3
Author: George D. Shuman
George D. Shuman returns! In his eagerly anticipated new thriller, blind psychic Sherry Moore combs the Caribbean to find the murderous kingpin of a human trafficking network and finds that she must confront a man who shares her talent for seeing the final moments of a dead body's life.
ISBN-13: 9781416553014
ISBN-10: 1416553010
Publication Date: 9/16/2008
Pages: 256
  • Currently 3.8/5 Stars.

3.8 stars, based on 14 ratings
Publisher: Simon & Schuster
Book Type: Hardcover
Other Versions: Paperback
Members Wishing: 0
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reviewed Lost Girls (Sherry Moore, Bk 3) on + 330 more book reviews
Helpful Score: 3
I love this author, I love his take on his subject matter and I love that he doesnt bind up the reader in unnecessary background fluff, that being said, I just wish that it didnt remind me so much of the movie Human Trafficking. There are too many similar plot lines.

What begins for Sherry Moore as an assist with the U.S. Navy Seals to rescue climbers on Mt. Whitney suddenly turns into bizarre images of a castle in the jungle and women being held in cages. Sherry is not quite sure what images she is picking up from Sergio Mendoza, but when she finds out who he is and who his father was, she knows that she has crossed into a twilight zone that has no happy endings, but possibly she can make a difference.

There are many gut wrenching moments in this book and its definitely not for the squeamish, but Shuman handles the subject matter well and takes the reader on a journey into a world where nightmares live.
Sleepy26177 avatar reviewed Lost Girls (Sherry Moore, Bk 3) on + 218 more book reviews
Helpful Score: 1
While in the Dominican Republic young and rich Jill Bishop is kidnapped, tortured and gang-raped, Sherry Moore is called to help to locate a group of missing climbers that were surprised by a storm.
With her ability to see the last 18 seconds of what a dead person was thinking she touches the body of a dead man who tried to leave coordinates painted on a wall for rescue teams to find his team.
The group is found but Sherry's horror-stricken by what else she saw: broken and tortured women, a one eyed man hovering over them and leaving a tattoo on their face.
More surprisingly she later learns the background of this man who was running away from his father's legacy.

When Jill sees the chance to end her life with a jump out of a flying planes door and into the ocean, she is watched by a senior investigator on holiday who happened to be part of a convention talking about human trafficking issues and exactly the tattoo he finds on Jill's dead body.
Hiding the dead body he makes the right calls to the right man who bring back Sherry to touch Jill's memory.

It is a race against time and law, bringing to strong women together, leading them into a nightmare.


Lost Girls is the most impressing book I've read this year. I literally couldn't put it down and read it in one sitting. Shuman like in his previous novels doesn't make Sherry the main attraction but the person connecting the dots and people.
Human trafficking has never been such visible and graphic for me. I mean I knew about it but did I really think about it ? I doubt it.
I had the shivers, I got frightened just by suggestions and my own imagination.
It's not easy to digest if you can't let go of what you think about and what your imagination shows you but if you do you are in for ride you won't forget easily.

I haven't forgotten my doubts after I read the first Sherry Moore novel, 18 Seconds, along came Last Breath which was quite good.

But Lost Girls leaves me with three words:
Excellent, frightening and unforgettable.
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