Monday, January 28, 2013

Exposing Human Trafficking Through Fiction

http://www.amazon.com/The-Twelve-SEALs-ebook/dp/B004Q7CIQM/ref=sr_1_1?s=digital-text&ie=UTF8&qid=1329611425&sr=1-1

The Twelve SEALs

Check out this book by Roger Grubbs that deals with the topic of human trafficking:


Trouble is brewing in LA, and a former Navy officer needs the help of her buddies. The ‘hammer’ (Chelsea Steele) has her back against the wall. Her sister Vanessa has been kidnapped, and no one will help find her. She calls on her best friend, ‘the ghost’ (Bart Nelson), for support.

Bart, Chelsea, and four other members of their team walked away from the Navy SEALs, being disgruntled after losing six comrades in an extraction gone bad. They are convinced something is rotten from the inside out. Nevertheless, this team left the force with something very valuable – something money cannot buy. Now they need to use those tools to help a friend.

Chelsea is a SEAL, too, unofficially of course. No woman is allowed to become a member of this elite group of Special Forces. She came through the back door as a demolition expert and is known as ‘the hammer’. There is a reason for that name just as there is a story behind ‘the ghost’.

Soon these six Navy SEALs uncover more than they could have ever imagined. Human trafficking is at the root of the abduction. It’s a big, bad, dangerous business, spanning the entire globe – orchestrated by high ranking officials and backed with hordes of money. But, they have now been put on notice. Someone is coming for them. Yet they issue their own edict: if ‘the hammer’ doesn’t get you, ‘the ghost’ will.

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