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Wednesday, August 26, 2020

Mystery Feature: Lost Girl by Holly Kammier #blogtour #bookreview #mystery #giveaway #rabtbooktours @RABTBookTours @PublishingAcorn


Murder Mystery

Date Published: January 15th, 2020

Publisher: Acorn Publishing

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An appalling act of violence and an unsolved double-murder.Small-town investigative reporter, Shelby Day, is determined to hunt a killer. As her search draws closer to uncovering the twisted truth, she begins receiving ominous warnings to stay quiet and drop the story. The young journalist is in danger. Her charming cameraman and best-friend, a person with his own secret past, says he wants to protect her. But Shelby is headstrong and dodging anything that could lead to love. She can't allow anyone to distract her as she fights for the two women who deserve justice.She never expects along the way she'll have to stop and save herself.Ticktock… If Shelby doesn’t solve the crime soon, she’ll become the killer’s next victim.



Wow, what did I just read? This one was something different than anything I have read lately. It caught me by surprise, in a great way! I really like when a story can catch me off guard and make me love it even though I didn't know I needed to read it. 

Don't go into this one with expectations, because it isn't a cookie cutter book, even for a mystery. There are so many intricate twists and caveats to this story. The writing was complex yet easy to follow at the same time, if that even makes sense. I loved it! 

Like a little romance with your mystery? There's a little of that too! 

About the Author 

Holly Kammier is the international best-selling author of Kingston Court, Choosing Hope, and Lost Girl. Co-Founder of Acorn Publishing, the UCLA honors graduate is an accomplished writing coach and a former journalist who has worked everywhere from CNN in Washington, D.C. and KCOP-TV in Los Angeles, to the NBC affiliate in small-town Medford, Oregon.

Lost Girl and Choosing Hope are cross-over novels to Kingston Court, with overlapping characters and locations.

The California native and mother of teenage boys, lives in San Diego, California close to her large family (she is one of eight siblings) and friends.

You can visit her online at


Alongside her focused training and career in dance, writing has always been one of Courtney’s passions. She knew she would write a book—although she never imagined her memoir would take such a twisted turn.


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