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After his blockbuster success of Little Black Girl Lost, and Little Black Girl Lost II Keith Lee Johnson takes us back to 1950's New Orleans, into the world of betrayal, envy, lust, and murder, where everyone has ulterior motives. The past resurfaces in this third installment of the life and times of seventeen year old Johnnie Wise. Truth has its consequences and Johnnie has a lot to answer for. The innocent girl we met in the first installment of this compelling series is gone; all that remains is the self-absorbed, self-righteous courtesan who is now complicit in three murders. She is surrounded by enemies who will stop at nothing to see that she pays for her past indiscretions. Two-hundred and fifty thousand dollars of the money that Sharon Trudeau (Johnnie's Stockbroker) stole is missing--the money Bubbles gave to Johnnie after killing Sharon in a Fort Lauderdale Hotel. The cops think Johnnie's involved and they want answers. Someone has to answer for Sharon's murder. Will Johnnie land on her feet again? Or has her luck finally run out?
Having enjoyed earlier books in the series years ago and forgetting the last book I read, I took a chance and chose LBGL3 to resume. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Kindle Customer
I read 1 and 2 and had to read 3. Little Black Girl Lost 3 was just as much, if not more a page turner than the first two. I felt like I was back in the 1950s. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Willona Booker
The 3rd and final book in the series is simply too excellent. Johnnie Wise is trapped in a world where people wished she never existed. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Denise Evans
My brother is reading the series. Good read. Loves the author. He is reading the series. He is enjoying each volume.Published 15 months ago by Yolanda Mathis
It had water marks and it smelt. it was still readable. it was worth the value of 0.01 , get what you buyPublished 19 months ago by monica
Watch how quickly you judge. The questions judge the reader. Great book on how people use each other, and their choices.Published on August 11, 2013 by Y G GARRETT