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Lost Boy Lost Girl by Peter Straub

In Lost Boy Lost Girl, horror novelist Tim Underhill's sister-in-law commits suicide, and her son, 15-year old Mark, soon disappears. Tim travels to the town of Millhaven to attempt to unlock these mysteries. He learns that a serial murderer is loose in the community and that Mark had been visiting an abandoned house. Thinking Mark might be taking refuge there, Tim sets out to investigate the house himself. Peter Straub is a master of literate horror novels, and Lost Boy Lost Girl is being hailed as one of his best. The New York Times calls it "an unusually taut, dynamic, spooky display of horror expertise, and its story is deftly told."
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Winner of the 2003 Bram Stoker Award
 

New York Times review by Janet Maslin

January Magazine review by David Abrams

The Guardian review by Michael Marshall Smith

BookReporter.com review by Joe Hartlaub

SFSite.com review by Hank Luttrell

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