Review: “Bad Traffick” by D. V. Berkom

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Human Trafficking (TV miniseries)

Leine Basso is a former government assassin who is being framed by her former boss for  murders she didn’t commit. LAPD detective Santiago Jensen, her lover, is determined to prove her innocence. When Leine is hired by a movie star to be his bodyguard when he suspects someone is trying to kidnap him, she finds herself immersed in the world of human trafficking and facing a greater threat than a frame-up.

This tightly woven, suspenseful novel is full of action, twists, and gritty human emotion that will keep you sitting on the edge of your chair as you root for Leine as she tries to rescue 12-year-old Mara, who has escaped the clutches of the traffickers who plan to sell her to a rich pedophile, and who will stop at nothing – including murder – to achieve their dastardly ends.

Author D.V. Berkom’s Bad Traffick, takes us into a world that might seem hard to fathom for the average person, but a world that is all too real. Tight dialogue and nonstop action marks a novel that establishes new benchmarks for action thrillers. This is a solid five-star novel that you won’t want to miss.

 

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7 thoughts on “Review: “Bad Traffick” by D. V. Berkom

    dalefurse said:
    March 25, 2013 at 11:09 pm

    Hi from IU. Liked the review.

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    ioniamartin said:
    March 26, 2013 at 2:30 am

    What a lovely theme you have 🙂

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    DV Berkom said:
    March 27, 2013 at 4:05 am

    Wow–thank you so much for the fabulous review, Charlie! I’m so glad you enjoyed reading Bad Traffick. Leine Basso’s an interesting character to write 🙂
    Take care,
    DV

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      charlieray45 responded:
      March 27, 2013 at 1:39 pm

      And an interesting character to read about. Just got ‘Serial Date’ and looking forward to reading it when I get time.

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