Little Boy Lost

Little Boy Lost

In a city divided and broken, this revelation will set it on fire…

Attorney Justin Glass’s practice, housed in a shabby office on the north side of Saint Louis, isn’t doing so well that he can afford to work for free. But when eight-year-old Tanisha Walker offers him a jar full of change to find her missing brother, he doesn’t have the heart to turn her away.

Justin had hoped to find the boy alive and well. But all that was found of Devon Walker was his brutally murdered body—and the bodies of twelve other African American teenagers, all discarded like trash in a mass grave. Each had been reported missing. And none had been investigated.

As simmering racial tensions explode into violence, Justin finds himself caught in the tide. And as he gives voice to the discontent plaguing the city’s forgotten and ignored, he vows to search for the killer who preys upon them.

Title:Little Boy Lost
Edition Language:English
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    Little Boy Lost Reviews

  • Magdalena aka A Bookaholic Swede

    Little Boy Lost is one of those books that right from the start felt right. I instantly liked and later came to love Justin Glass, his daughter and the rest of his family, well perhaps not so much his...

  • Zoeytron

    St. Louis, Missouri. Someone is killing and burying the bodies of black teenage boys in a common grave. Someone has a mission. No one seems to care. Granted, these kids were bad eggs, already known to...

  • Tulay

    Powerful thriller.This engrossing story was Kindle First selection of July. When it's published next month make sure take time and read it. Story is about juvenile young African-American missing boys....

  • Dan Schwent

    When a little girl walks into down and out St. Louis lawyer Justin Glass's office with a jar full of change, he has no choice but to take her case: find her missing brother. Unfortunately, the trail l...

  • Nancy

    DisappointedWas hoping this Kindle First pick would be worth it. It wasn't. Didn't like the white author writing in first person as a Black man. Didn't feel authentic. Didn't care for the story. The e...

  • Siobhan

    Book blurbs are extremely difficult to write. They need to pull the reader in without giving away too much of the story. They make or break books. Whilst the blurb for Little Boy Lost pulls you in, I ...

  • Chris Steeden

    ‘I drove a rusted-out Honda Civic, not a BMW. My suits didn’t fit quite right, and my office was located in a half-empty strip of old storefronts on the north side. The storefronts stuck out among...

  • Dee Arr

    “Little Boy Lost” was a great idea for a story, though it would be hard to place it under the thriller label. I felt the book properly belonged in the legal/mystery genre. As such, author J. D. Tr...

  • Patrick Henry

    Rich in Characters. Weak in PlotThe primary characters were given appealing and believable personalities. Not so much for the second string. For example, the office assistant, Emma, became a charicatu...

  • BAM The Bibliomaniac

    I’ll finish in April probToo much to read in March...