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The Lost Girls of Rome

The Lost Girls of Rome

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Release Date: 
Tuesday, November 19, 2013
Grade:
B+
# of Pages: 
432

“The lost girls of Rome” is a novel written by Donato Carrisi, who is best known for being a TV writer, but he has already written one novel and studied law and criminology. In this novel, there are two main plot lines involving Sandra, a forensic analyst, and Marcus, a private investigator. Sandra is a fairly new widow because her husband was involved in a suspected accident. However, some new evidence surrounding her husband’s death is making her lean towards different theories. As for Marcus, he is working on a case involving a missing college student. Are these two plot lines somehow related? You are going to have to read “The lost girls of Rome” to find out.

Being a criminal justice major in college, this book was right up my ally of interest for novel genres. The writing is very mature and full of suspense. I was not sure what to think or figure out what was going to happen until the end of the book. I loved how this book kept me guessing until the end. If you love suspense thrillers and mysteries, this is the book for you.

The only minor issue I found with “The lost girls of Rome” were the transitions between the plots. Other than that, I enjoyed reading this book. I could not put it down until I read every page and found out what happened. For those reasons, I am giving “The lost girls of Rome” a “B+.”

Paul Arca
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