Lost - in Literature

In Literature

  • Lost (novel), a 2001 horror/mystery novel by Gregory Maguire
  • The Lost (book), a memoir by Daniel Mendelsohn
  • Lost, the second novel of Alice Lichtenstein
  • Lost (Australian novel), a 2005 Michael Robotham novel
  • Lost: A Memoir, 2009 memoir by Canadian author Cathy Ostlere

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