I'm delighted to have spoken with the great Michelle McNamara for her amazing website, True Crime Diary. And very flattered that she said of Lost Girls: "The whodunit aspect of the story was compelling enough, but the vivid portraits of the victims and their families are what stayed with me.... The book’s greatest achievement, I think, is the delicate balance it strikes between compassion and suspense. The book’s quality instantly elevates the true crime genre; more importantly, I think it’s an important work of social commentary."
Interview with Robert Kolker (True Crime Diary)