Little Lamb Lost

Fiction - Suspense
264 Pages
Reviewed on 02/04/2010
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Reviewed by Anne Boiling for Readers' Favorite

Claire Conover was an idealist who believed in the good in people. Her belief took her into social work, working closely with Ashley. The young mother had turned her life around. Claire helped Ashley regain custody of her son ,Michael.

Had Claire made a mistake? Had she misjudged Ashley? The young mother was arrested for the mother of her young son. Claire’s career was in a shambles and she questioned her instincts. Danger lay ahead as she searched for the facts behind the case.

"Little Lamb Lost" grabbed my attention from the first page and held it to the last. This is a story that will stay with you long after you close the cover. It is difficult to believe this is the writer’s first book, she writes like a seasoned author. The characters have great depth. "Little Lamb Lost" shines light on Child Services and Foster Care. I will be watching for more books by Margaret Fenton.