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Priceless, By Tom Davis (Chapter One)

Priceless, By Tom Davis (Chapter One)



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Published by David C Cook
A photojournalist on assignment in Russia finds himself a key player in rescuing young girls from the tragic sex-slave trade.
A photojournalist on assignment in Russia finds himself a key player in rescuing young girls from the tragic sex-slave trade.

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Published by: David C Cook on Apr 28, 2010
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is one o those books that grabs your heart, breaks it, thenspurs you on toward justice. Tough fction, the book shows the stark reality o the sex trade on the well-wrought canvas o Russia. It’s animportant book, a needed one, penned by one o our generation’sprophets. om Davis captured me rom page one, but the story stilllingers.”
Mary E. DeMuth,
author o 
Daisy Chain, A Slow Burn,
Tin Places 
“I applaud oms courage in tackling this subject matter. While thisis a fctional account, the sex trade is a reality or millions o people.My prayer is that through this well-written story, many would learnthe actuality o this most heinous evil and discover our responsibility in becoming modern-day abolitionists. Tank you, om, or notonly shining a spotlight, but or the reminder that every lie, nomatter who they are, is valuable beyond compare.
Natalie Grant,
singer, songwriter, andounder o Te Home Foundation“om Davis casts a bright light on the darkest corner o society,exposing a reality that’s all too real, a shocking truth that strikes rightat the heart. You can’t read
without being both challengedand changed.
Matt Bronleewe,
award-winning musicproducer, songwriter, and author o 
“om Davis’s
opens your eyes to a chilling reality that willrip at your heart as you come ace-to-ace with evil. But the story doesn’t end beore oering a ray o hope that even in the darkestplaces God’s light can still break through. A must read!”
Lisa Harris,
author o 
Blood Ransom
is a compelling reminder o the value o every lie. omDavis courageously and passionately captures the struggle o anation, and gives a voice to children trapped in the horrors o sextracking. Tis novel will break your heart in the best possible way.
 Anne Jackson,
speaker and authoro 
Permission to Speak Freely 
“I you are looking or a story that makes the harm o humantracking visible, then
is it. As one who has studied thismodern orm o slavery—traveled to over fty countries to hearrom victims and worked with hundreds o brave nongovernmentalorganizations who are fghting to eradicate it—I can say that omDavis has it right. Tis is a thriller that gets every detail right, downto the tattoos on the girls or sale and the soulless scum makingmoney o these priceless children. Read it and weep.
 And then take action.” 
Laura J. Lederer,
ormer senior advisoron Human racking, Oce or Global Aairs, U.S. Department o State

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Love the plot so far. Better than some of the other fluff stuff you read these days. Where can I get the rest of it? Is it available on kindle?
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