Her dogged persistence eventually suggests connections between the little girl and missing teenager Kate and she comes to realise that the. Euro Crime’s Review of Little Girl Lost by Brian McGilloway. Editorial Reviews. Review. “An assured and grittily realistic tale from an author who is being The first in Brian McGilloway’s thrilling DS Lucy Black series, Little Girl Lost is an addictive crime thriller set in Northern Ireland about corruption.

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Apr 29, Kelly Eastman rated it did not like it. There is a lot more description in this book than I’m use to and This is the first book I have ready by this author and it took me a little while to get use to the writing style as some of the words were different from oost I’m use to but briah I did, I wasn’t disappointed.

I was hooked from the first page and was not let go until the last word.

Little Girl Lost (DS Lucy Black, #1) by Brian McGilloway

Read reviews that mention little girl lucy black girl lost brian mcgilloway twists and turns well written good read main character really enjoyed story line page turner enjoyed this book northern ireland look forward forward to reading highly recommend fast paced looking forward easy read good story. Lucy Black is a little girl lost herself in many ways, and the reader is rooting for her from the start.


I needed to know about types and brands — a tall order. Don’t have a Kindle? This book is not the usual kind of book I have been reading lately. There are several “little girls lost” mcgillloway this complex story that will disturb even the most seasoned crime thriller reader.

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One person found this helpful. It is well written and fast-paced. During the writing of Bleed a River Deephe got to visit a gold mine. The way the author writes this book is great, it’s enjoyable and such a page turner. Lucy is also needlessly antagonistic and sullen at times when she’d have been better served by appearing polite, or at least neutral.

Little Girl Lost

A child is found wandering in an ancient woodland, her hands covered in blood. Get to Know Us. Some event would happen and Lucy would just move on to the next assignment or person. It’s mostly more depressing than I want to be submerged in, but I’m thinking this narrative style is used more often in crime fiction, Lucy’s family was driven from Derry by an arson event upon their home.

Little Girl Lost by Brian McGilloway

Get fast, free shipping with Amazon Prime. I thought is was odd that every male she encountered had to look at her with interest more than casually.

Mcgillowau have never been a fan of authors who use more than a few acronyms in brina books, as I believe that it spoils the pleasure of reading it. Amazon Restaurants Food delivery from local restaurants. Kindle Cloud Reader Read instantly in your browser. Amazon Inspire Digital Educational Resources.


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But the storyline was a good one, well paced, which kept me interested. When they get the little girl to the hospital, she won’t speak. I liked the story so much that I didn’t want to wait for the next chapters to be added, so I ended up buying the ebook.

Dublin Comic Con Longitude in pictures: The story with two young girls involved — one lost who the cops are trying to find, and one found who at first cannot be ID’d — was a bit confusing in places with a lot of characters and unusual words to get used to.