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With the smell of burning wood and bricks lingering in the cool morning breeze, Johnnie Wise left New Orleans while her home was still smoldering. She had just been acquitted of murdering Sharon Trudeau, one of her former stocker brokers who had stolen a substantial amount of her nest egg. Broke with nothing but the clothes on her back and the shoes on her feet, Johnnie heads to East St. Louis to live with her father. But as fate would have it, car trouble along the way, forces her to stop in Jackson, Mississippi, where she meets handsome Paul Masterson, a roughneck evangelistic preacher who falls for her. Johnnie doesn't know that Earl Shamus is having her followed. Private Detective Tony Hatcher is watching her every move and reporting it all back to Earl, who dreams of being a big part of her life again. Will Johnnie give into the trappings of being a kept woman who wants for nothing? Or, will she reject his offer and try to rebuild her fortune the old-fashioned way?
©2010 Keith Lee Johnson (P)2016 Keith Lee Johnson
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By Amazon Customer on 01-21-18

Not bad

Great Series ,but not as good as last 3 books I can't wait to read the final conclusion.

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By Margo Myles on 06-22-17

Throughly Entertaining!

Would you consider the audio edition of Little Girl Lost to be better than the print version?

I love audio books. I love the performances. Audio books give me more time to do other things as I listen. The books would be worth having and keeping for the days you get a chance to sit down and just relax.

What did you like best about this story?

You can depend on Keith Lee Johnson to take you to the edge of the unexpected and delivers.

What about Lucinda Gainey’s performance did you like?

Lucinda Gainey's performance is the perfect vehicle for the ride. I will look for more book where she is the reader.

Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?

The story invites the reader to hope and demonstrates that it is darkest before the dawn.

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