Tuesday, April 19, 2011
American photojournalist Stuart Daniels on assignment in Russia unexpectedly steps into the world of organized crime via sex trafficking. At first a reluctant participant in a rescue operation, Daniels discovers he is compelled to help these children who are being exploited by a system he never dreamed possible. In the process he finds his own faith in God.
Priceless effectively captures the dark and demonic world of trafficking tied in with old Russian roots of communism and religion, an unlikely mix, but chillingly portrayed in this haunting novel.
Priceless reverberates in the soul long after the last page is read and the cover closed.
Check out Priceless by author, Tom Davis.
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