Little Black Girl LostLittle Black Girl Lost by Keith Lee Johnson
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

This book entertaining from the onset. The author gave us a glimpse into 1950s New Orleans and what some "pretty girls" had to endure. From the selling of virginity to forced prostitution to murder to race riots to reverse colorism. The characters were well developed. You felt their emotions jump out at you. You felt Johnnie's terror at 12 years old and her grown woman "innocence" at 16. The story was so well written that you couldn't wait to see what happened next. Even the mundane conversations between Lucas and his women when he was being questioned in a painstakingly slow manner didn't deter me. ........on to book 2.

p.s. I listened to this on audible and the narrator Beresford Bennett did an excellent job.

Now let's get you that book!
Reviewed by KayBee
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