Synopses & Reviews
When Sam Washington, successful London lawyer, wants to express her feelings, she confides in her diary; after all, it is the only thing that has never let her down. So you can only imagine how devastated she is when she accidentally leaves her diary in a New York hotel. Sam can only hope that the diary falls into the right hands--i.e., someone who won't read it. She has revealed not only her innermost thoughts but also a secret about her best friend that would ruin her and cause a tabloid sensation. Enter TV producer Ben Fisher. Sam doesn't know why he has suddenly come into her life, but he seems to know more than a little about her. Has he found her diary? And more importantly, has he read it?
Successful London lawyer Sam Washington is devastated when she leaves her diary in a New York hotel. Enter TV producer Ben Fisher, who seems to know more than a little about her. Has he found her diary? And more importantly, has he read it?
When successful London Lawyer Samantha Washington leaves her diary, which contains a dark secret that could destroy her career, in a New York hotel room, TV producer Ben Fisher walks into her life and seems to know a lot about her, leading Sam to believe that he is now the owner of her diary. Origin
About the Author
Lost & Found is British author Jane Sigaloff's second novel. Jane lives and writes in London, and is a former talk-show researcher. She no longer keeps a diary.