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Have You Seen This Girl (Flocksdale Files Book 1) by [Lynch, Carissa Ann]
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Wendi Wise is a troubled young woman who snorts her breakfast through a straw and spends more time in rehab than in the real world…

Her life is seemingly out of control.

But now she has a plan.

That plan involves a sharp set of butcher knives.

She's going back to where all of her troubles began…

Flocksdale.

Wendi was lured away from a local skating rink, at the age of thirteen, and held captive in a place she calls 'The House of Horrors.' Dumped off blindfolded on the side of a dirt road, Wendi soon discovered that she was addicted to the drugs they fed her while she was captive.

Too scared to go home, and having a new habit to deal with, she hopped on a bus, vanishing from the family she loved.

Vanishing from Flocksdale…

The town of Flocksdale is littered with fliers with a grainy image of young Wendi, and the words 'Have You Seen This Girl?' written below.

Now, eight years later, she's on a mission—a mission to find the mysterious house from her youth and the monsters who dwell inside it.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 921 KB
  • Print Length: 224 pages
  • Publisher: Limitless Publishing LLC (Sept. 8 2015)
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B014N0S48W
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars 4 customer reviews
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HAVE YOU SEEN THIS GIRL is an edgy hang-on-to-your-seat psychological thriller of revenge and self-atonement. Throughout the suspense remains ratcheted high as the author takes you on a chilling ride from drug addiction to payback.

Abducted and held captive at age thirteen, Wendi Wise, now twenty-one, returns to the town of Flocksdale in search of The House of Horrors and her tormentors. She is armed with a sharp set of butcher knives. The long cold vigilante trail leads her from one perplexing situation to another.

The writing is extraordinary. Carissa Ann Lynch brings you into the heart and mind of the main character, Wendi Wise. Wendi, who is unabashed in her darker instincts, drives the story forward in via her unapologetic first-person narrative. I’ll have to say the story-line grab me on page one and did not let go. I loved the short chapters, each leaving me in a state of anticipation. And the end does not disappoint.

This is a fabulous start to the Flocksdale Files series. It left me cliff-hanging, wanting to read more. It's one of the best books in this genre I've read in years.
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Recently I have been drawn to psychological thrillers and this story has dragged me further into my current addiction.
The building of the tension is great, and so step by step the picture is drawn of youthful innocence abused.
Characterization? Believable! Totally believable. I get Wendi/Elsie/Wendi. I crawled into her brain and began thinking as she thought. Totally plausible.
Writing? What can I say? I never wanted the story to end.
Superb!
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How do you take back what was stolen long ago?

Wendi Wise is a troubled young woman who snorts her breakfast through a straw and spends more time in rehab than in the real world... Her life is seemingly out of control. But now she has a plan. That plan involves a sharp set of butcher knives. She's going back to where all of her troubles began... Flocksdale. Wendi was lured away from a local skating rink, at the age of thirteen, and held captive in a place she calls 'The House of Horrors.' Dumped off blindfolded on the side of a dirt road, Wendi soon discovered that she was addicted to the drugs they fed her while she was captive. Too scared to go home, and having a new habit to deal with, she hopped on a bus, vanishing from the family she loved (Amazon Blurb)

No matter how much we wish we could protect our children, there will always be trouble lurking around the corner. I remember, when I was younger and I really wanted to go this shopping mall not too far, I simply had to take my bike by the back roads and voila, 20 minutes later, we'd be there. I can't tell you how many times my parents told my sister and I that it was too dangerous to go alone there, and yet I still went. Two days later, my sister told my parents and I got the grounding of the century and lost my bike for nearly a month. Anger was the least of what I felt towards my sister and my parents. And now that I have my own daughter, I cringe every time she asks me if she can go play in the yard... Simply two steps for the back door!!! Carissa Lynch has brought to life every parents' nightmare, every child's worst fear and especially everything that could possibly go wrong when meeting new friends. How can we deal with this?
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Not my kind of read. But, the characters were spot on believe-able. Real life drama that will stay with me for awhile. A difficult subject that was tastefully written.
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa158ef08) out of 5 stars A Must-Read For Everyone! Sept. 28 2015
By Valicity Garris - Published on Amazon.com
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Where to begin with this book? I was truly surprised when I cracked it open and reached the end of the prologue. The description was very interesting but I’d been expecting a story about a girl who was disabled or handicapped somehow, not a girl struggling with a drug addiction.
I’ll admit I was tempted to put this book down and throw in the towel. I didn’t want to read about addiction, I didn’t want to see a girl suffer through the drug world. I thought, this is another sob story, another tale of woe. But boy was I wrong!

Have You Seen This Girl? is a story of vengeance. It’s a story about a young girl who gets tricked into the world of human trafficking, for those who are unfamiliar, human trafficking is forced prostitution. It’s kidnapping, it’s a sex slave industry, and it’s absolutely wrong. Lynch has a way of presenting a very PG-13 version of this horrible realm which I appreciated very much. No one wants to read through a graphic rape of a thirteen-year-old, right? The language and the dialogue of this book were very well worded and realistic, as was the entire novel.

The descriptions and the emotions were raw. I mean that in a good way, they were intense, honest, and true to the scene. The main character was a girl I understood very well, she was strong in her own right and she was easy to like. I found myself rooting for her throughout the entire journey. The way she dealt with every situation and how she reacted in each predicament was human; it fit her age and her past, which made it enjoyable for me as a reader. I can’t stand those characters that always react the right way, always make the right decisions, always come out on top. Wendi struggled, and she struggled hard, but I got to see her stand back up again and it was very believable.

The best part of this story is the awareness that it brings to the sex-trade. As a female, I felt a different kind of anger towards the antagonists in this story. I felt an anger that I don’t think many men can identify with and Lynch brought that to light. She showed Wendi’s innocence, she highlighted her girlish charm, even included a silly crush at the beginning of the story—which ended tragically. But Lynch turned on us when she flipped this story into the dark matter that it was. It was a story that needed to be told and it needed to be told truthfully. I think it’s a sad but honest read that somehow inspires me.

I don’t think you’re human if you have a bad thing to say about this book. It needs to be read by every teenager and every parent on the planet.
There are so many things you can learn from this book; first of all, trust no one. LOL, second of all, do not be afraid to say no!
That’s another point I wanted to highlight. Lynch addresses two issues in her piece; the sex-trade industry and the drug market. She ‘went there’ with her in-depth details and the descriptions of Wendi’s struggles. I learned a thing or two about drugs from reading this book, things I probably never would have learned otherwise. I got a firsthand look at a nasty lifestyle. I felt afraid, I felt sad, I felt hopeful, all of these emotions wrapped up in one novel was a roller coaster of passion and sentiment that left me feeling high once I turned the last page—no pun intended!

As a writer, I applaud Lynch. She isn’t using her talents to just make us laugh, or even make us cry. She is sending a message, she is spreading awareness, and she is shining a much needed light on a pitch black world. I hope that her book serves as an anchor that brings justice to many of the young girls and boys who suffer in the sex-trade on a daily basis. God bless Carissa Lynch.
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa04ef078) out of 5 stars A must read ....keep your eye on this fresh new author! Sept. 13 2015
By ~djohnson - Published on Amazon.com
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I'll be honest with you this book was out of my usual genre of reading. I have been an avid reader all my life and if you don't have my full attention by chapter 3...then I'm out! Ms. Lynch had me in Chapter 1. Bravo to this author for keeping the story edgy with page turning anticipation. Knowing that this is a series only makes it better for the reader. Guaranteeing that there will be more to come from this author in the future. There are very few books that really do have such a twist at the end that I don't see it coming. But Ms. Lynch effortlessly blindsides the reader with the unexpected turn of events in the Flockdale Files! I highly recommend this book and it you think it's not the type of book that you would read step out and try something different. I promise you will not only be surprised but left anticipating the next volume of this story as I am.

Dorene D. Johnson
6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa04ef03c) out of 5 stars Good read Oct. 4 2015
By Luv2read - Published on Amazon.com
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Have You Seen This Girl (Flocksdale Files Book 1) by Carissa Ann Lynch starts off at a rapid fire pace with a well-written really intriguing prologue that finds our protagonist, Wendi, living in a rat infected hovel with her boyfriend, Mick. She’s hot for a fix of heroine and once she snorts we learn that today she goes to rehab as she’s been informed that a bed has opened up for her. As the prologue comes to its conclusion and we’re about to learn what her story is, there’s a startling revelation that this isn’t about drugs. It’s about murder! I’m hooked.
The story then picks up 8 years earlier when she’s thirteen and moves along at a great clip that held my interest as I learned about the damaged Wendi, a very well developed character whose story runs deep as well as linear as she encounters the unthinkable. And later as the story progresses in Part II, we care about Wendi and why she plans revenge.
Without rehashing he storyline, suffice it to say that through Wendi’s struggles, we see the raw human struggle, believable and authentic and we are moved beyond the shadow content, the dark evil content, and surmount it with compassion that holds judgment in abeyance. This achievement is accomplished because the writing is great, the story well told, the scenes are strongly developed, and the tension/conflict in the story told through the evil family the Garretts resonates with us. We fear them and we fear what we might become should be meet them. We read about the Wendi’s and the evildoers, the Garrets, in the press and know that sex trading is current, a pathetic reality, and as we turn the pages this stark reality burns from the pages of this book. I was held to those pages till the end, right up to the satisfying epilogue, which tied all the loose, pieces together.
6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa04ef330) out of 5 stars Tragedy, torturer, and drugs Sept. 9 2015
By Rhonda Bell - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
This story is about a young girl Wendi, who has a drug problem, she is at the lowest point in her life, and she pushes everyone away who tries to help her. But somewhere deep inside of her, she finds her inner strength to pull herself up out of this dark pit to get help, to find justice, and in the end she finds love. This book made me cry, especially when you find out what happened to Wendi when she turned 13, the horrendous ordeal that she goes through that took her from her comfortable home and family.

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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa04ef828) out of 5 stars I loved the short chapters Nov. 11 2015
By Frank Scozzari - Published on Amazon.com
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HAVE YOU SEEN THIS GIRL is an edgy hang-on-to-your-seat psychological thriller of revenge and self-atonement. Throughout the suspense remains ratcheted high as the author takes you on a chilling ride from drug addiction to payback.

Abducted and held captive at age thirteen, Wendi Wise, now twenty-one, returns to the town of Flocksdale in search of The House of Horrors and her tormentors. She is armed with a sharp set of butcher knives. The long cold vigilante trail leads her from one perplexing situation to another.

The writing is extraordinary. Carissa Ann Lynch brings you into the heart and mind of the main character, Wendi Wise. Wendi, who is unabashed in her darker instincts, drives the story forward in via her unapologetic first-person narrative. I’ll have to say the story-line grab me on page one and did not let go. I loved the short chapters, each leaving me in a state of anticipation. And the end does not disappoint.

This is a fabulous start to the Flocksdale Files series. It left me cliff-hanging, wanting to read more. It's one of the best books in this genre I've read in years.