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Lost Girls: A Sherry Moore Novel

5 Ratings: 3.0
A book by George D. Shuman

Shuman's provocative third thriller to feature blind psychic Sherry Moore (afterLast Breath) puts a troubling, unsavory issue front and center. When Sherry uses her unusual gift—the ability to see the final seconds of a dead person's life—to … see full wiki

Author: George D. Shuman
Genre: Mystery
Publisher: Simon & Schuster
5 reviews about Lost Girls: A Sherry Moore Novel
review by . October 13, 2010
Lost Girls is a hard look at human trafficking, sex tourism, voodoo, and slavery. What it is not is what it says on the cover - it's not a Sherry Moore novel.      It's a serious subject that George Shuman tackles in Lost Girls, and a subject worth looking at. It's modern-day slavery at its absolute worst and something that is largely ignored today. It is a sad and shameful truth of the modern world, that the buying and selling of women as property goes on unpunished. …
review by . September 29, 2008
This is the third Sherry Moore novel I have read, and this may be the best of them. I say that not because I feel that it is written any better than the others, but that, in addition to telling a compelling story, it's also giving the reader an insight into one of the most vicious practices in that world: enslaving unwilling females, sugjecting them to unspeakable tortures, turning them into drug addicts, and then requiring them to become prostitutes to the depraved customers of these evil men. …
review by . October 07, 2008
Investigative consultant Sherry Moore has a strange and burdensome gift. Blind since the age of five, she can see the last seconds of a person's life when she touches his corpse. Lost Girls: A Sherry Moore Novel, the third book of the series, opens with a thrilling rescue and recovery on Alaska's Denali. Sherry is brought to the mountain to touch the body of a climber who perished in a ferocious storm, in an effort to rescue the rest of the climbing party. What Sherry sees on the mountain haunts …
review by . October 02, 2008
Lost Girls by George D. Shuman is one of those books you hate to love! The storyline of human trafficking is horrendous; however, the story created surrounding the topic is an exciting, fast-paced thriller that takes you from the cliffs of Mount McKinley to the jungles of Haiti! Shuman is a 20-year veteran of the Washington D. C., Metropolitan Police Department and he writes with the fascinating detail that comes from that experience!    But then he added Sherry Moore as his …
review by . September 30, 2008
Intriguing tale about a blind woman who is by virtue of touching a corpse able to hear the last 18 seconds of the deceased's thoughts. This is apparently the third novel involving the same protagonist...I can't help thinking that if I had read the two prior, I would have more of an appreciation for this book.  The novel opens with Sherry assisting a Navy Seal in locating his missing sister in a mountain climbing accident. The plan is for her to gain access to a corpse dangling, frozen, …
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