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How to Find a Missing Girl

How to Find a Missing Girl
Author: Victoria Wlosok
Publisher: Hachette UK
Total Pages: 355
Release: 2023-09-21
Genre: Young Adult Fiction
ISBN: 1510202730

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For fans of A Good Girl's Guide to Murder and Veronica Mars, this whip-smart YA debut crime thriller follows a sapphic detective agency seeking the truth behind a growing trail of missing girls in their hometown ... A year ago, beloved cheerleader Stella Blackthorn vanished without a trace. Devastated, her younger sister, Iris, launched her own investigation, but all she managed to do was scare off the police's only lead and earn a stern warning: once she turns eighteen, more meddling means prison-level consequences. Then, a year later, the unthinkable happens. Iris's ex-girlfriend, Heather, goes missing, too-just after dropping the polarizing last episode of her true crime podcast all about Iris's sister. This time, nothing will stop Iris and her amateur sleuthing agency from solving these disappearances. But with a suspicious detective watching her every move, an enemy-turned-friend-turned-maybe-more to contend with, and only thirty days until she turns eighteen, it's a race against the clock for Iris to solve the most dangerous case of her life.


The Missing Girls and Women of China, Hong Kong and Taiwan

The Missing Girls and Women of China, Hong Kong and Taiwan
Author: Hua-Lun Huang
Publisher: McFarland
Total Pages: 242
Release: 2014-01-10
Genre: History
ISBN: 0786488344

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In the past century, tens of millions of women and girls have disappeared in China, Hong Kong, and Taiwan. There are many reasons: the women variously were sold as “foreign spouses”; imprisoned for their political beliefs; taken to night clubs or massage parlors to work as “escorts”; provided as “comfort women” to soldiers; or murdered by female corpse dealers and sold as “ghost brides” to families looking to give their deceased sons wives in the afterlife. The youngest girls fell victim to infanticide, the tragic result of a “one child” law in a male-dominated society. As a result of the gender imbalance these disappearances created, countless young males now suffer from the “marriage squeeze,” remaining single without families of their own. This sociological study explores the institutional factors, develops a typology for these populations, and lays a foundation for the examination of lost populations in the future.


All the Missing Girls

All the Missing Girls
Author: Megan Miranda
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
Total Pages: 384
Release: 2016-06-28
Genre: Fiction
ISBN: 1501107968

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Ten years after leaving Cooley Ridge, Nicolette Farrell returns to care for her ailing father. A decade ago, she, her brother Daniel, her boyfriend Tyler, and Corinne's boyfriend Jackson were suspects when Corinne--Nic's best friend-- disappeared without a trace. Within days of Nic's return, they are plunged into a shocking drama when Nic's neighbor Annaleise, who is dating Tyler and was the group's alibi ten years previously, goes missing. Told backwards from the time Annaleise disappears, the book follows Nic as she works to unravel the truth and, in the process, reveals shocking realities about her friends, her family, and what really happened to Corinne that night ten years ago.


The Girl Who Disappeared Twice

The Girl Who Disappeared Twice
Author: Andrea Kane
Publisher: MIRA
Total Pages: 383
Release: 2012-05-29
Genre: Fiction
ISBN: 0778313271

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A "New York Times"-bestselling author delivers the first novel in a new series centered on a team of unconventional private investigators called Forensic Instincts.


Ghost Detectives: The Missing Dancer

Ghost Detectives: The Missing Dancer
Author: Emily Mason
Publisher: Penguin UK
Total Pages: 143
Release: 2013-02-07
Genre: Juvenile Fiction
ISBN: 0241957842

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Ghost Detective: The Lost Dancer is brilliant for younger fans of the spy series The Gallagher Girls and also paranormal fiction. Girls of 9+ will love the gentle romance, school friendships and thrilling detective case to be solved. The perfect series for aspiring tweens. Some ghosts are haunted by their past . . . When Abi, Sarah , Hannah and Grace are visited by the ghost of a littl lost girl trying to dance one last time so that her spirit can rest, they jump at the chance to help. But this Ghost Detective case seems to be shrouded in secrets and everywhere they look, people get upset. With clues runing out, can the Ghost Detectives solve the mystery of the missing dancer? Emily Mason is an exciting new Irish author. Her previous book Ghost Detective: The Lost Bride was her debut novel for Puffin. Emily has been a bookworm since she was little. She is now an editor and author but has yet to see any ghosts herself...


The Missing Place

The Missing Place
Author: Sophie Littlefield
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
Total Pages: 384
Release: 2014-10-14
Genre: Fiction
ISBN: 1476757844

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Set against the backdrop of North Dakota’s oil boom, two very different mothers form an uneasy alliance to find their missing sons in this heartrending and suspenseful novel from the Edgar Award–nominated author of Garden of Stones. The booming North Dakota oil business is spawning “man camps,” shantytowns full of men hired to work on the rigs, in towns without enough housing to accommodate them. In such twilight spaces, it’s easy for a person to vanish. And when two young men in their first year on the job disappear without a trace, only their mothers believe there’s hope of finding them. Despite reassurances that the police are on the case, the two women think the oil company is covering up the disappearances—and maybe something more. Colleen, used to her decorous life in a wealthy Massachusetts suburb, is determined to find her son. And hard-bitten Shay, from the wrong side of the California tracks, is the only person in town even willing to deal with her—because she’s on the same mission. Overtaxed by worry, exhaustion, and fear, these two unlikely partners question each other’s methods and motivations, but must work together against the town of strangers if they want any chance of finding their lost boys. But what they uncover could destroy them both... Sure to please fans of Sandra Brown and Gillian Flynn, The Missing Place is a moving chronicle of survival, determination, and powerful bonds forged in the face of adversity.


Missing Arabella

Missing Arabella
Author: Kathryn Siebel
Publisher: Oxford University Press - Children
Total Pages:
Release: 2016-08-04
Genre: Juvenile Fiction
ISBN: 0192745875

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A twin banished . . . an unbreakable bond . . . an unlikely fairytale. Sometimes a disaster is just a disaster, and nothing good can be said about it. But sometimes a disaster is an excuse for a fresh start. Arabella and Henrietta are twins. If you saw them, you'd find it very hard to tell them apart. But once you get to know them, you'll discover that although they look alike, that's where the similarity ends . . . Henrietta is a constant headache for her parents-always causing problems and upset. Why, oh why can't she be more like Arabella? Sent away to live with strange Aunt Renfrew, Henrietta wonders if she'll ever see Arabella again. But the bond between sisters is strong, and even stronger when your sister is also your twin and your best friend. And so Arabella begins her journey through the forest to find Henrietta . . . A contemporary and unique fairytale for modern readers. Perfect for fans of books by Emma Carroll and Michelle Harrison. [Review from Booklist] 'With an abundance of quirk


Girl Missing

Girl Missing
Author: Christine Nöstlinger
Publisher: Franklin Watts
Total Pages: 139
Release: 1976-01-01
Genre: Family problems
ISBN: 9780531003466

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A young girl tries to locate her older sister who has run away from home.


Missing People

Missing People
Author: Brandon Graham
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
Total Pages: 416
Release: 2017
Genre: Fiction
ISBN: 1507200528

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From a “perceptive writer whose work makes us painfully aware of our human follies and acknowledges our lovely humanity” (Audrey Niffenegger, bestselling author of The Time Traveler’s Wife) comes suspenseful novel about a missing girl whose disappearance rocks her community. Six years after the traumatic disappearance of Etta Messenger, it's clear that none of the members of her middle-class family have finished mourning. Gaping emotional wounds have been poorly addressed. Etta's mother, Meg, anxious to find closure and make what she can of the rest of her life, has organized a memorial service to mark the painful anniversary. Newton, Etta's erstwhile high school sweetheart, a disabled Afghanistan veteran with anger issues, uses the impending anniversary as a convenient excuse to spin out of control. Charlie, Etta's earnest blue-collar father, takes stock of his life and is reminded how he failed to protect his daughter. Her younger brother, Townes, who was the last of them to see Etta and is convinced his emotional outburst drove his sister away, has his fragile hermetic cocoon threatened by the heightened emotions of the day. On the day of the memorial, a snowstorm threatens the city, and a chance observation on a commuter train entangles Townes in a dangerous situation that recall the events surrounding Etta's loss. The characters are shaken from their mournful routines by an unrelenting chain of events, including Newton's arrest, Townes' dangerous heroics, Charlie's recognition of his own shortcomings, and Meg's shocking discovery. The action moves from the seemingly serene suburbs to the heart of a dangerous Chicago neighborhood. Will this ensemble of damaged characters pull themselves together in time, or will new stresses rip their tattered lives to shreds...


Women Writers of Great Britain and Europe

Women Writers of Great Britain and Europe
Author: Katharina M. Wilson
Publisher: Routledge
Total Pages: 584
Release: 2013-12-16
Genre: Literary Criticism
ISBN: 1135616701

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First Published in 1997. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.