UNDERCOVER AGAIN - Fighting Human Trafficking (Large Print / Paperback)
Young children are being lured into sex-for-hire "stables," under the guise of offering money in exchange for modeling jobs. One victim has already committed suicide, and a thirteen-year-old girl's life has been forever changed.
Liz Trent, the young, Assistant District Attorney, is obsessed with finding the traffickers and making them pay for destroying the lives of these young girls and boys. She goes undercover against a ring of human traffickers. What she uncovers is a shocking glimpse into the evil that humans are capable of. Asian and Eastern European pre-teen girls and boys are being imported and sold for sex, and Latin American workers are being lured into hotel and casino slave labor using false promises of citizenship.
This book is a gripping tale of what happens in the underworld of sex and human trafficking and brings to light its ills in our society. At the very least, it will show that being kidnapped by sex traffickers can happen in the Third World, as well as in our very own backyard.
The characters are endearing, they will leave you wondering how anyone can deal
with such trauma. Be prepared to cry with them