The National Post

"Lost Girls, then, is partly unsolved mystery, complete with suspicious characters including Brewer, a self-obsessed blowhard, and a doctor living in Oak Beach named Peter Hackett, who seems to be a compulsive fibber and storyteller. The book is also the intimate story of the five women, whose unhappy childhoods and tangled family lives and eventual careers in the sex trade are exhaustively chronicled by Kolker. Finally, Lost Girls is a case study in the profound impact of the Internet, and particularly Craigslist, on the business of buying and selling sex."

 - Philip Marchand, NATIONAL POST (Toronto)