The Last Real Girl

The Last Real Girl

by L.C. Warman

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Overview

A beautiful girl who vanishes. A best friend determined to find her. A lakeside town with secrets of its own.

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Praise for THE LAST REAL GIRL:

"Warman's taut prose is pitched perfectly for her subject matter, managing to make the high school drama feel high-stakes and creepy by turns... The author's sharp senses of pacing and character make this a thoroughly enjoyable read. Readers will be waiting with anticipation for future volumes. A captivating teen mystery in a secretive lakeside town." -Kirkus Reviews

"An intriguing blend of realism and reflection, unsettling discoveries and natural consequences... In this young adult mystery, nothing can be taken for granted and no one connected to the missing girl is untouched." -Foreword Reviews



Book Description:

When 17-year-old Reese first moved to the wealthy, lakeshore town of St. Clair over five years ago, she never expected someone like Charlotte Walters to take her under her wing. Charlotte is everything that Reese is not: rich, gorgeous, and carefree, living with her enigmatic older brother and her parents in a mansion at the top of the lake.

But when senior year starts, everything seems off. Reese notices that Charlotte's older brother Aiden keeps coming back from college to hang around on weekends, stoic and grim. And Charlotte's parents seem more distracted, almost lost. Meanwhile, Charlotte keeps insisting to Reese that nothing is wrong, and decides to host a Halloween party with the theme of "missing girls."

That night, at the party, Charlotte goes missing.

Everyone who attended becomes an instant suspect, from Charlotte's brother (who argued with Charlotte earlier that night), to Charlotte's field hockey teammate (who wasn't invited to the party in the first place), to Reese herself (who was the last person to see Charlotte alive, out near the lake).

With the clock ticking, Reese must unravel what happened to her best friend, and dig through the layers of secrets protecting people in St. Clair. Because now, being the quiet sidekick won't cut it. And maybe only an outsider to St. Clair can truly confront all of the town's dark mysteries.

THE LAST REAL GIRL is the first novel in the YA mystery trilogy "The Disappearance of Charlotte Walters." The complete trilogy includes:
  • THE LAST REAL GIRL (Book 1)

  • THE LAST REAL CRIME (Book 2)

  • THE LAST REAL SECRET (Book 3)


About:

L.C. Warman is the author of spooky young adult mysteries. She grew up in New England, in a town where real estate contracts stipulated that you couldn't back out if you discovered your new place was haunted. She currently lives in a Michigan lakeside town with her husband and two dogs.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940161448618
Publisher: Greenleaf and Plympton
Publication date: 06/18/2019
Series: The Disappearance of Charlotte Walters , #1
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 85,645
File size: 434 KB

About the Author

L.C. Warman is the author of spooky young adult mysteries. She grew up in New England, in a town where real estate contracts stipulated that you couldn’t back out if you discovered your new place was haunted. She currently lives in a Michigan lakeside town with her husband and two dogs.

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Anonymous 8 months ago
This was a really great book. Story and characters are well written. It’s a great suspenseful read. I can’t wait to read the next book. Highly recommend. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.
Thebookdevourer 8 months ago
I loved this!!! It is a quick read but not short on story and action. Fun and yet, very suspenseful. I love YA even though I am old! Great story that I recommend to YA and older. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.