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Depeschen mit dem Leitwort Lost Girls: An Unsolved American Mystery

»Finally, Lost Girls is a case study in the profound impact of the Internet, and particularly Craigslist, on the business of buying and selling sex.«

Philip Marchand

Open Book: Philip Marchand about the book Lost Girls: An Unsolved American Mystery by Robert Kolker. His review at the National Post.

»His [Robert Kolker] tireless reporting has done for the Long Island case what Stevie Cameron did for the Robert Pickton murders: created a full, agonizing account of a horrible murder case involving neglected women that tells us bad things about ourselves.«

Patrick White

How crime apathy can empower a serial killer: Patrick White about the non fiction book Lost Girls: An Unsolved American Mystery by Robert Kolker. His review at The Globe and Mail.

»Lost Girls is the kind of narrative that a friend of mine likes to call a ›squid book‹. It’s shapely at the top, that is, and a mess of strands down below.«

Dwight Garner

A ghost story that lacks an ending: Dwight Garner about the non fiction book Lost Girls: An Unsolved American Mystery by Robert Kolker. His review at The New York Times.