Last Seen Wearing
Based on a true story, Last Seen Wearing, is riveting in its accurate portrayal of an official police investigation. Lowell Mitchell is at her perfectly ordinary university in Massachusetts. She goes to class, chats with friends, and retires to her dorm room. Everything is normal until suddenly it's not―in the blink of an eye, Lowell is gone.
Written by Hillary Waugh, who earned the title of Grand Master from the Mystery Writers of America, went on to create several memorable series, but this early novel ranks among his finest work. Considered one of the first-ever police procedurals. Edited by Leslie Klinger. Paperback, 240 pages.
Part of the Library of Congress Crime Classic series.